The BYO homebrew Label Contest turned 21 years old this year, and to help us celebrate its legal drinking age, our readers sent in what may have been the most artistic and
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Homebrew labels came from every region of the United States. They came from all over Canada. And they even came from far away lands including Argentina, Norway, and Poland. Some were made
Some brewers aren’t done when their beer is in the bottle — their fun is just beginning as it’s time for designing a beer label. Drawn from hundreds of entries, we present the winners of this year’s label contest.
They say it's what's on the inside that really counts . . . but not for our annual label contest. The artistic side of our readers is on display as we present the bronze, silver, gold and grand champion of our 2007 Label Contest.
You can't judge a book by its cover, but once a year we judge some beers by their labels. The winners of our 11th annual contest show us that sometimes, it is what's on the outside that counts.
Homebrewers from far and near show off their artistic talents in our 10th annual label contest. From the elegant and understated to the over-the-top, here are the best of 2005.
From one-thousand entries came a varied assortment of cats, dogs, snakes, frogs and an udderly fantastic cream stout label that will make you laugh and cringe at the same time. Here are the top prize winners of 2004's best homemade labels for homemade beer...
The eighth annual BYO label contest offered a fascinating glimpse into the minds of our readers. And boy, are you twisted. Beer-swilling animals, disturbing depictions of beer guts and hairy butts, and much, much more.
Artistic talent! Stunning creativity! Truly strange humor! Here are the prize winning entries from the seventh annual Brew Your Own label contest.