October 6

Custom Homebrew Beer Bottle Labels

Create Personalized Beer Labels Online

Make your own custom beer and wine bottle labels using our premium designs, or upload your own. Beautiful digital press printing on reusable vinyl label.

There are hundreds of small manufacturers who invest in the unique flavor of your drink to win the consumer’s taste.
You can use some of those online app for designing custom wine, beer, household, kids labels and more. Create labels for free and get them professionally printed

Create your own personalized beer labels online

Create your own personalized beer labels online

Competing with the big breweries and also within the same craft market, you must innovate in visual to survive. creative names, often with good humor, approach the product of your audience.Of course, the label must accompany the identity of beer. Some seek a more vintage appeal, others ask more flashy images or appeal to visual jokes in packaging. This brand differentiation is positive for the market and essential for breweries, since the choice between one product or another on the shelf is strongly influenced label.

This label can be done in several papers and self – adhesive films, embossed, special prints in gold, shiny, and even give the impression that the information is recorded directly in the bottle, as if there is no label. Adhesive labels are resistant to moisture and even to test the ice bucket.To learn more about the options available to beer labels , see our article on drinks labels .

To draw attention, think of a unique name for your beer! The label must also include the following information: name of the brewery, date of manufacture, alcohol, content, volume…

Personalize handcrafted beer labels

To help those who are starting to develop the label of their craft beer, separated some websites that can give a good starting point. You can use them to create the label or to raise some ideas of what you want for your product, and then guide a designer hired for this.

All the tools are in English and work in a similar way: choose the look that will suit you like and click. Then click on “customize”, or “customize” and change the label information. Each of the aforementioned site has a diverse gallery of options to choose from.

How are adhesive materials stores, you will notice that all offer shopping options. No need to buy anything to customize the labels. The proposal here is to help the ideas for your own design!

Labels on the Fly – http://www.labelsonthefly.com/beer-labels.html
Make Your Own Labels – Online Beer Bottle Label Maker

With labels on the fly it is very easy to make your own custom beer labels online.

Create your own personalized beer labels and beer bottle neck labels

Create your own personalized beer labels and beer bottle neck labels

Choose from hundreds of styles of beer bottle labels, from funny beer labels to offbeat wedding beer labels add your own text, color fonts style and even photos.

Whatever your occasion may be or if you home-brew your own beer, it is easy to complete the look of your beer bottle at labelsonthefly.com.  You can also add a beer holder, six pack carrier for your bottles. Each label that we carry also has its own designed 6 pack carrier.
As a result your custom beer bottles will have the unique professional look of any of the beer bottles you find in a supermarket.

 

Labeley – labeley.com/beer

With this builder labels, you choose the whole look, first to form, then the elements and texts present in its label.
online designing custom beer labels

Custom Beer labels to Print – Labeley

Grogtag  – grogtag.com

professionally printed beer stickers

Beer labels – GrogTag

high-quality Templates

Brewtopia – brewtopia.com.au/our-range/custom-labels/beer-labels-only.html

beer labels professionally printed

Label Beer Custom Online – Brewtopia

Beer Labelizer – beerlabelizer.com

custom beer labels

Label Free Online Beer – BeerLabelizer
Beer Labelizer has by far the coolest interface among all the labeling options I’ve listed.  It’s designs are somewhat limited in number but they are progressive and the best part of all is they are free!  You design the label and print at home

Beer Label Builder – start.beerlabelbuilder.com/Beer-Labels

beer labels print online

Custom Beer label – Beer Label Builder.
Beer Label Builder does one thing and that is provide templates for you to customize and order labels.  They have a selection of 30 labels to choose from so the selection is not as broad as other sites.

Evermine – evermine.com/beer_labels

evermine labels

Personalized Beer label – Evermine

Bottle your Brand – bottleyourbrand.com/custom-beer-labels

beer bottle labels

Labels for Craft Beer – Bottle your Brand
Bottle Your Brand offers products for a variety of topics from bottled water to bumper stickers. Their selection for beer labels is fairly extensive and each label is fully customizable.

 Zumula – zumula.com/categories/beerlabels

beer bottle labels
Beer labels to Customize – Zumula

  • Zumula has both pre-created templates and create from scratch templates to fit your design needs. Best of all, most of their templates allow a user to drop in a photo to personalize the design experience.

Zazzle – zazzle.co.uk/beer+label+gifts

zazzle beer labels
Label for Craft Beer – Zazzle

 

My Own Labels – myownlabels.com/beer_labels

Their site is aimed at anyone that wants to create custom labels for just about anything from homemade preserves to wedding favors but the section exclusively dedicated to beer labels is easy to use and the selection is adequate for most needs plus you can also upload your own images.

Online Labels – onlinelabels.com/beer-bottle-labels.htm
Online labels is more similar to Avery in terms of business purpose – sell more sheets of labels!  But where I think they separate themselves is in the choice of labels specifically for bottles.

July 25

Getting Married By Bernard Shaw

AGAINST MARRIAGE

By Bernard Shaw

1908

CONTENTS

THE REVOLT AGAINST MARRIAGE

MARRIAGE NEVERTHELESS INEVITABLE

WHAT DOES THE WORD MARRIAGE MEAN

SURVIVALS OF SEX SLAVERY

THE REVOLT AGAINST MARRIAGE

Bernard Shaw

Bernard Shaw

There is no subject on which more dangerous nonsense is talked and thought than marriage. If the mischief stopped at talking and thinking it would be bad enough; but it goes further, into disastrous anarchical action. Because our marriage law is inhuman and unreasonable to the point of downright abomination, the bolder and more rebellious spirits form illicit unions, defiantly sending cards round to their friends announcing what they have done. Young women come to me and ask me whether I think they ought to consent to marry the man they have decided to live with; and they are perplexed and astonished when I, who am supposed (heaven knows why!) to have the most advanced views attainable on the subject, urge them on no account to compromize themselves without the security of an authentic wedding ring. They cite the example of George Eliot, who formed an illicit union with Lewes. They quote a saying attributed to Nietzsche, that a married philosopher is ridiculous, though the men of their choice are not philosophers. When they finally give up the idea of reforming our marriage institutions by private enterprise and personal righteousness, and consent to be led to the Registry or even to the altar, they insist on first arriving at an explicit understanding that both parties are to be perfectly free to sip every flower and change every hour, as their fancy may dictate, in spite of the legal bond. I do not observe that their unions prove less monogamic than other people’s: rather the contrary, in fact; consequently, I do not know whether they make less fuss than ordinary people when either party claims the benefit of the treaty; but the existence of the treaty shews the same anarchical notion that the law can be set aside by any two private persons by the simple process of promising one another to ignore it.

MARRIAGE NEVERTHELESS INEVITABLE

Now most laws are, and all laws ought to be, stronger than the strongest individual. Certainly the marriage law is. The only people who successfully evade it are those who actually avail themselves of its shelter by pretending to be married when they are not, and by Bohemians who have no position to lose and no career to be closed. In every other case open violation of the marriage laws means either downright ruin or such inconvenience and disablement as a prudent man or woman would get married ten times over rather than face. And these disablements and inconveniences are not even the price of freedom; for, as Brieux has shewn so convincingly in Les Hannetons, an avowedly illicit union is often found in practice to be as tyrannical and as hard to escape from as the worst legal one.

We may take it then that when a joint domestic establishment, involving questions of children or property, is contemplated, marriage is in effect compulsory upon all normal people; and until the law is altered there is nothing for us but to make the best of it as it stands. Even when no such establishment is desired, clandestine irregularities are negligible as an alternative to marriage. How common they are nobody knows; for in spite of the powerful protection afforded to the parties by the law of libel, and the readiness of society on various other grounds to be hoodwinked by the keeping up of the very thinnest appearances, most of them are probably never suspected. But they are neither dignified nor safe and comfortable, which at once rules them out for normal decent people. Marriage remains practically inevitable; and the sooner we acknowledge this, the sooner we shall set to work to make it decent and reasonable.

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WHAT DOES THE WORD MARRIAGE MEAN

However much we may all suffer through marriage, most of us think so little about it that we regard it as a fixed part of the order of nature, like gravitation. Except for this error, which may be regarded as constant, we use the word with reckless looseness, meaning a dozen different things by it, and yet always assuming that to a respectable man it can have only one meaning. The pious citizen, suspecting the Socialist (for example) of unmentionable things, and asking him heatedly whether he wishes to abolish marriage, is infuriated by a sense of unanswerable quibbling when the Socialist asks him what particular variety of marriage he means: English civil marriage, sacramental marriage, indissoluble Roman Catholic marriage, marriage of divorced persons, Scotch marriage, Irish marriage, French, German, Turkish, or South Dakotan marriage. In Sweden, one of the most highly civilized countries in the world, a marriage is dissolved if both parties wish it, without any question of conduct. That is what marriage means in Sweden. In Clapham that is what they call by the senseless name of Free Love. In the British Empire we have unlimited Kulin polygamy, Muslim polygamy limited to four wives, child marriages, and, nearer home, marriages of first cousins: all of them abominations in the eyes of many worthy persons. Not only may the respectable British champion of marriage mean any of these widely different institutions; sometimes he does not mean marriage at all. He means monogamy, chastity, temperance, respectability, morality, Christianity, anti-socialism, and a dozen other things that have no necessary connection with marriage. He often means something that he dare not avow: ownership of the person of another human being, for instance. And he never tells the truth about his own marriage either to himself or any one else.

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With those individualists who in the mid-XIXth century dreamt of doing away with marriage altogether on the ground that it is a private concern between the two parties with which society has nothing to do, there is now no need to deal. The vogue of “the self-regarding action” has passed; and it may be assumed without argument that unions for the purpose of establishing a family will continue to be registered and regulated by the State. Such registration is marriage, and will continue to be called marriage long after the conditions of the registration have changed so much that no citizen now living would recognize them as marriage conditions at all if he revisited the earth. There is therefore no question of abolishing marriage; but there is a very pressing question of improving its conditions. I have never met anybody really in favor of maintaining marriage as it exists in England to-day. A Roman Catholic may obey his Church by assenting verbally to the doctrine of indissoluble marriage. But nobody worth counting believes directly, frankly, and instinctively that when a person commits a murder and is put into prison for twenty years for it, the free and innocent husband or wife of that murderer should remain bound by the marriage. To put it briefly, a contract for better for worse is a contract that should not be tolerated. As a matter of fact it is not tolerated fully even by the Roman Catholic Church; for Roman Catholic marriages can be dissolved, if not by the temporal Courts, by the Pope. Indissoluble marriage is an academic figment, advocated only by celibates and by comfortably married people who imagine that if other couples are uncomfortable it must be their own fault, just as rich people are apt to imagine that if other people are poor it serves them right. There is always some means of dissolution. The conditions of dissolution may vary widely, from those on which Henry VIII. procured his divorce from Katharine of Arragon to the pleas on which American wives obtain divorces (for instance, “mental anguish” caused by the husband’s neglect to cut his toenails); but there is always some point at which the theory of the inviolable better-for-worse marriage breaks down in practice. South Carolina has indeed passed what is called a freak law declaring that a marriage shall not be dissolved under any circumstances; but such an absurdity will probably be repealed or amended by sheer force of circumstances before these words are in print. The only question to be considered is, What shall the conditions of the dissolution be?

SURVIVALS OF SEX SLAVERY

If we adopt the common romantic assumption that the object of marriage is bliss, then the very strongest reason for dissolving a marriage is that it shall be disagreeable to one or other or both of the parties. If we accept the view that the object of marriage is to provide for the production and rearing of children, then childlessness should be a conclusive reason for dissolution. As neither of these causes entitles married persons to divorce it is at once clear that our marriage law is not founded on either assumption. What it is really founded on is the morality of the tenth commandment, which English women will one day succeed in obliterating from the walls of our churches by refusing to enter any building where they are publicly classed with a man’s house, his ox, and his ass, as his purchased chattels. In this morality female adultery is malversation by the woman and theft by the man, whilst male adultery with an unmarried woman is not an offence at all. But though this is not only the theory of our marriage laws, but the practical morality of many of us, it is no longer an avowed morality, nor does its persistence depend on marriage; for the abolition of marriage would, other things remaining unchanged, leave women more effectually enslaved than they now are. We shall come to the question of the economic dependence of women on men later on; but at present we had better confine ourselves to the theories of marriage which we are not ashamed to acknowledge and defend, and upon which, therefore, marriage reformers will be obliged to proceed.

We may, I think, dismiss from the field of practical politics the extreme sacerdotal view of marriage as a sacred and indissoluble covenant, because though reinforced by unhappy marriages as all fanaticisms are reinforced by human sacrifices, it has been reduced to a private and socially inoperative eccentricity by the introduction of civil marriage and divorce. Theoretically, our civilly married couples are to a Catholic as unmarried couples are: that is, they are living in open sin. Practically, civilly married couples are received in society, by Catholics and everyone else, precisely as sacramentally married couples are; and so are people who have divorced their wives or husbands and married again. And yet marriage is enforced by public opinion with such ferocity that the least suggestion of laxity in its support is fatal to even the highest and strongest reputations, although laxity of conduct is winked at with grinning indulgence; so that we find the austere Shelley denounced as a fiend in human form, whilst Nelson, who openly left his wife and formed a menage a trois with Sir William and Lady Hamilton, was idolized. Shelley might have had an illegitimate child in every county in England if he had done so frankly as a sinner. His unpardonable offence was that he attacked marriage as an institution. We feel a strange anguish of terror and hatred against him, as against one who threatens us with a mortal injury. What is the element in his proposals that produces this effect?

The answer of the specialists is the one already alluded to: that the attack on marriage is an attack on property; so that Shelley was something more hateful to a husband than a horse thief: to wit, a wife thief, and something more hateful to a wife than a burglar: namely, one who would steal her husband’s house from over her head, and leave her destitute and nameless on the streets. Now, no doubt this accounts for a good deal of anti-Shelleyan prejudice: a prejudice so deeply rooted in our habits that, as I have shewn in my play, men who are bolder freethinkers than Shelley himself can no more bring themselves to commit adultery than to commit any common theft, whilst women who loathe sex slavery more fiercely than Mary Wollstonecraft are unable to face the insecurity and discredit of the vagabondage which is the masterless woman’s only alternative to celibacy. But in spite of all this there is a revolt against marriage which has spread so rapidly within my recollection that though we all still assume the existence of a huge and dangerous majority which regards the least hint of scepticism as to the beauty and holiness of marriage as infamous and abhorrent, I sometimes wonder why it is so difficult to find an authentic living member of this dreaded army of convention outside the ranks of the people who never think about public questions at all, and who, for all their numerical weight and apparently invincible prejudices, accept social changes to-day as tamely as their forefathers accepted the Reformation under Henry and Edward, the Restoration under Mary, and, after Mary’s death, the shandygaff which Elizabeth compounded from both doctrines and called the Articles of the Church of England. If matters were left to these simple folk, there would never be any changes at all; and society would perish like a snake that could not cast its skins. Nevertheless the snake does change its skin in spite of them; and there are signs that our marriage-law skin is causing discomfort to thoughtful people and will presently be cast whether the others are satisfied with it or not. The question therefore arises: What is there in marriage that makes the thoughtful people so uncomfortable?

to be continued …