Bass Clone

We bottled our Bass Ale clone last night.  I made this label for it, which I think looks pretty sweet.  Who doesn’t love a beer with fish on it?  The beer tasted pretty good, and I’m sure it can only get better with over a month to condition in the bottle.

In other handmade Christmas news: I’m working on so many things that I can’t blog about and it’s driving me absolutely nuts!  I need to get back on working on things for people who don’t know about this blog.  Trust me, after Christmas there is going to be a gigantic amount of awesome things that I will be able to share!

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