I'm making sugar beer bottles for the state fair, but I'm having trouble finding beer labels that would be easy to get off the bottles, or that don't have 3-4 labels each (front, back, neck). Does anyone know where I could find some online? Or if there's a good brand of beer out there I could get that would be easy to get the label off of?
And if I found some online to print, what should I print them on? Regular paper? Should I get something else?
If you have an imaging program such as Corel, Paint Shop Pro, I would make up my own label. Not sure if having a copyrighted name brand label would be permitted at State Fair.
As far as the label goes, if there are no requirements in the rules for your entry that all parts be edible, I would use regular paper, if not then the frosting sheets or wafer paper printed out with edible ink, or freehand with the edible markers.
Good luck at the State Fair.
Yeah I wish I had the time or energy to make my own beer label. I'm not sure how they would feel about a brand name label - there's never anyone at our state fair that knows the rules all that well - and it doesn't state anywhere that you can't.....
I do have Photoshop, I just don't know what size to make the label... and I really just don't have the energy as I'm trying to enter 3 different cakes... what was I thinking?
Here's a website you can order labels from. Not sure if it's what you're looking for but it may be worth a try.
The website didn't come through - I don't have time to order though, the fair is this weekend. I was really hoping if anyone else had done it they might let me borrow their photoshop file or just print out whatever they had done.
Here's the website---maybe you or someone else can use it in the future:
thank you I'm going to see if I can get those sized and printed!
would these work?
on these Home-brewed beverage label you are able to add text 2 them: