Saturday, 7 January 2012

Today we labelled Granite 2011

And, we also made a video of it.



Warning, general fooling around occurs for time to time.

7 comments:

beersay said...

Barmpots #thatisall

Eddie86 said...

I'm really impressed at your labelling skills Dave, getting all those bottles done without touching a single one...

Mr Vino said...

Great to be the first in Scotland to get your beers on the shelf.

AleselABeers said...

Here you, we've been selling your beers north of the border since September and when we bought them you said we were the first Scottish retailer to stock your beers! Have you forgotten our brief encounter so quickly . http://www.alesela.co.uk/blog/?p=66

Brewers Union Local 180 said...

It seems to me, now that I'm thinking about it in the full capacity allowed by my slowly decaying cortex, that wouldn't it be more "green" to just bung all that beer into reusable containers such as casks or kegs. All that hustle and bustle. Labor costs. Stop motion video. Glass brought from hither and labels printed from yon. All those waste products in the form of high gravity beers dispensed from brown bottles lining the A595 ditches and hedges.

Speaking of which, when and how can I get a bottle of "Colonial Mayhem" brewed in part by nefarious foreigners with the oversight of Alex?

Oh, and who cleaned the brewery snack table?

Dave Bailey said...

Beersay, it is important, when in buisiness, to play to one's strengths. When one is a barmpot, maximise on the situation.

Eddie86, you have absolutely no idea how tiring it was supervising those reprobates. As you can see from the video, they have very little respect.

Mr Vino, great to see them there.

AleselA, apologies, indeed you are right, we have slightly fibbed on that one. You were indeed the first. However, Mt Vino is the first we've delivered. Strictly, you were in England when we sold you the beer.

Mr BUL180 from over that there pond, indeed, draught beer could be argued to be more environmentally friendly. However, if the people want to buy beer in bottles it might as well be mine and not someone else's.

Colonial Mayhem my go into bottles very soon. It's sitting nicely in CT right now.

AleselABeers said...

Rats, scuppered by a technicality. But surely method of dispense shouldn't matter? :-)