I used Grogtag for this exact situation. I designed the label on Friday with my mom in Photoshop, sent it to them on Monday. Easy process. Based on my other orders with them, they'll probably be here by mid-next week.
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What is the term of this insurance? Is it per event? Per year? What about new members?Agreed.
I think the idea is fantastic, but simple details like these need to be spelled out.
He got pulled through the ringer a few months back when he first posted. People were upset because his post wasn't clearly advertising and was worded as if it was a testimonial. It got ugly fast.Yeah, that's the thread I found him on. I clicked on the link, thought he was a joke, then came back a couple of weeks later. In talking with him, he's just a passionate home brewer trying to help the rest of us out. I'll obviously post here and let you guys know what I think about the product once I get it.
When I power a mill, I'm using him.
I wonder how many judges have actually grabbed a hand full of peat and tasted it too. Or are they parroting what someone else said. Kind of like me with black currant. I've never tasted them, but it sounds so Martha Stewarty.
Oh yeah, I remember him now. SHOUTING FROM THE ROOFTOPS!!!!
Are you going for the 180 or 240 RPM?