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Old 11-05-2012, 10:26 PM   #1
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I know everyone uses 22oz bombers but I was wondering if there were bigger ones that that aren't twist offs commercially sold. I've found 32 oz Carta Blanca bottles here in NC but that's all....would like to find more 32 and even 40's if anyone knows of any....I only bottle 12 oz for competitions and bottle those from a keg. If I have extra beer when I keg I bottle condition it and want as big a bottle as possible!



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Old 11-06-2012, 12:12 AM   #2
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On phone and didn't meant to put this in classifieds...can't move it from phone!



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How much??

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Look for a beer called "Famosa" if you can find it. It's a low end import 1L bottles and cheaper than the bottles alone. I got mine around $1.50/L. Made my friends drink it.

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Look for a beer called "Famosa" if you can find it. It's a low end import 1L bottles and cheaper than the bottles alone. I got mine around $1.50/L. Made my friends drink it.
Round here I have seen a beer that comes in a 3l plastic bottle, can't imagine it being good, cause I remember it doesn't cost a whole lot
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How many oz is 1L?

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Google is awesome for unit conversions FYI: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=1L+in+oz I use it ALL the time. Especially since I can never remember to print a Celcius to Farenheit chart for my ebay temp controller that reads in Celcius.

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Tecate also comes in 32oz brown crown cap bottles. Anything larger and all I've seen were screw caps. They work too, but I never could find new screw caps. Also 1-litre flip-tops are pretty common at the homebrew stores.

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Martinelli's sparkling apple cider are 750ml (25.4 oz) bottles and can be crown capped with a wing capper.

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Corona La Familiar comes in brown 32 oz. recapable bottles.



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