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HOW TO MAKE SURE OUR LABELS WILL FIT

First things first - print out our handy Spirit Fitting Guide, cut out the shapes, and take them with you while shopping for your bottles. If they lay flat against the bottle then you're good to go! 

ADDITIONAL TIPS

  • Look for a bottle that has a straight body and high shoulders. For easy removal, make sure your bottle's original label is adhered on and not directly printed onto the bottle.
     

  • The two main bottles seen in our images are Bulleit Bourbon and Woodford Reserved Kentucky Bourbon. Both are 375ml, however our labels, particularly the larger sizes will work on 750ml and 1 liter bottles as well.
 

BrandS WE RECOMMEND:

A few brands that feature the ideal body shape are Bulleit Bourbon, Kilbeggan Traditional Irish Whiskey, Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, Woodford Reserve Kentucky Straight Bourbon, Guiness Stout Beer Bottles, Hudson 4 Grain, Evan Williams Honey Reserves, Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey, 2 Gingers Irish Whiskey, and Walker & Son’s Moonshine.

 
 


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bottle fitting pdf:

If you're unsure if our labels will work (although really - they almost certainly will) just print out this handy guide, cut out the shapes, and take them with you while shopping - if they lay flat against your desired bottle, you're good to go! 

 
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What's the dif between bourbon, scotch, & whiskey anyway?

Here's the secret: They're ALL whiskeys! What differentiates them is where, how, and from what they are made. Bourbon Whiskeys are strictly American-made, usually in Kentucky with at least 51% corn, matured for two years, and aged and charred-oak barrels. Scotch Whiskey is made in Scotland and is distilled at least twice. Aged in oak casks for at least three years, it owes its flavor to malted barley. Irish Whiskey is distilled three times from unmalted barley, matured for at least three years, and is, of course, made in Ireland. Rye whiskeys are American, made from at least 51% grain and matured in new charred-oak barrels.