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    Question Seeking Keg Labels

    We are in search of a good supplier for "Keg Collar" labeling (donut-shaped, slip-on labels). Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!
    Davo Geiser
    Assistant Brewer
    Otto's Pub & Brewery
    State College, PA USA

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    Did you ever find a good source for these labels? I need some as well.

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    keg collars

    Did either of you find someone who can do small quantities? I'm looking for some keg collars, also.
    Thanks

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    Yep, me too

    Allow me to add my name to the list. I am also seeking a source of these keg collars. The best I've done so far is to print them myself using a heavy card stock and scissors!

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    Keg Labels

    Quote Originally Posted by gamebrewer
    Did you ever find a good source for these labels? I need some as well.
    Our association is looking for somewhere to purchase keg registration labels. Do any of you know where to purchase these?

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    For keg neck labels I used Denver Plastics (they are in Nebraska!). They can do the plastic labels. They are reusable and recyclable. For my print size they cost twice what my paper ones cost, and are usable for far more than 2 trips. If you work it right, you can get multiple labels on one print sheet and accomplish multiple labels or one print run price. If you want paper labels, don't fret-have your local printer do them...anywhere between cheap paper or moisture resistant paper. The only trick is you will have to make up the cutting dye for about $180. Don't waste money having them done anywhere special.

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    And if you don't mind putting your labels on the chime or side of the keg instead of around the neck, I found having labels made by a local bumper sticker company was an excellent and inexpensive solution. They're waterproof and quite durable!

    Cheers, Tim

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    An excellent supplier for these neck collar type labels is Sierra Pacific Packaging in Oroville, California. They have been producing them for years and do them for enough small breweries that you can probably get pretty small quantities when they do combo runs. Their number is 530-533-1058.

    Bob August
    Majestic Packaging Solutions
    www.majesticpackaging.com

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    We found a good supplier- Inland Printing - they supply a lot of micros with keg neck labels. www.inlandprinting.com

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