Labeling Beer & Wine Soap

Discussion in 'Labels and Packaging' started by KristaY, May 2, 2018.

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  1. May 2, 2018 #1

    KristaY

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    Do you put the brand and type of beer or wine on your labels? I usually do but I just received several bottles of wine with only a couple of ounces in each that a local wine bar wants soap made out of. Since I'll simmer down several different reds then several different whites, I'm not sure what I should put on the label. There isn't enough wine in each bottle to make a batch so I'll have to blend them. They're all from different wineries and different grape types. Help!
     
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    Just put wine or beer on your label. If you make vegan soap you need to use vegan beer
     
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    Thanks Carolyn.:)
     
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    Yep. Just beer or wine. If I make it with something specific - such as from a local brewery, I get their permission and add it to the description on my website. The big guys (like Schell's) I don't ask permission.
     

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