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Old 08-12-2009, 05:49 PM   #1
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Default $0.99 pint glasses

I found these on barsupplies.com. I have no clue if they are any good though. Bar Supplies.com : 16oz Mixing Glass / Pint Glass

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Old 08-12-2009, 06:33 PM   #2
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I never understood why they try to use an image of a clear glass on a white background, you can barely see the damn thing! Of course I know what a pint glass looks like, however, it is almost invisible in the picture they provide WTF!?!

BTW, sweet find!

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Old 08-12-2009, 06:39 PM   #3
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I'd be on the lookout for 20 oz glasses instead of 16s though.

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Old 08-12-2009, 06:41 PM   #4
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Glass or plastic? Doesn't say. What's the shipping like? Don't want to sign up just to find out really.

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Here are the pint glasses I use They are sold by Fullers brewery, and are not for sale at $.99!

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Right now, I am asking if it is plastic or glass. Haven't had a response yet. If it is glass, I will probably purchase some.

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I have about 10 cases of Pints .... Friend owns a bar and every time they try new beers she asks for pints with the beers name on it. So after they stop carrying the beer she gives me the glasses. I even have 2 cases of the 100th anniversary of Harley Davidson to bad they have the Miller logo on them. I use them for everything I don't think we even have coffee mugs or regular glasses other than on the rocks glasses .SWMBO uses them to root plant cuttings

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I need to find a friend like that.

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Dang - all my friends have is 21,000 unused bombers. WHAT can I do with those!

BTW - they make the machines for breweries that load and unload bottles and get all shapes and sizes of containers to practice with.

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Right now, I am asking if it is plastic or glass. Haven't had a response yet. If it is glass, I will probably purchase some.
They are glass, pretty thick and nice. I would rather have a 20 oz one though so I can pour an actual pint with room for the head.
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