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Old 03-06-2013, 03:20 PM   #1
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I have over 7.5 cases of 12oz beer bottles that are reusable. They have been rinsed as soon as they were emptied. Most twice rinsed. They still have labels and/or foil. Many extra sleeves included.

I'm a kegger kinda guy, so I don't need them, but treated them like I would, some day. They keep multiplying, and I need to cull the herd.

So they are free to a good home,... but I won't deliver unless you can trade some homebrews for my effort. I figure a 6pack per 5 miles. ( I know, I drive a hard bargain, but I want to make sure these bottles end up in wanting hands.)

In live in Lebanon Jct., so you take it from there.

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I also live in the area. I would take them but I'm up to my ears in12oz bottles lol. I just need bombers. You know any other brewers in our area? Trying to maybe start a home brew club

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I also live in the area. I would take them but I'm up to my ears in12oz bottles lol. I just need bombers. You know any other brewers in our area? Trying to maybe start a home brew club
I know there are others on this forum from this area, but I'm not in contact with them as of yet.

I wouldn't rule out being part of a brew club, but with my work schedule it could prove tuff to participate. I work 3rd shift and my nights to work changes constantly.

I do know the brewer for the new Falls City Brewery, that's starting up in the Highlands, soon. I can let you in on bulk grain buys when they come up, I think. Let me know if you want to.

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I know there are others on this forum from this area, but I'm not in contact with them as of yet.

I wouldn't rule out being part of a brew club, but with my work schedule it could prove tuff to participate. I work 3rd shift and my nights to work changes constantly.

I do know the brewer for the new Falls City Brewery, that's starting up in the Highlands, soon. I can let you in on bulk grain buys when they come up, I think. Let me know if you want to.

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I work third shift as well so it may work out good. Never know. I would def be in on bulk buys of grain. I buy in bulk(50lb bags) already. Def stay in touch man. Are u on fb by any chance?
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Old 03-10-2013, 12:00 AM   #5
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Hey guys. I'm in Crestwood and would love to meet some other homebrewers. I haven't looked into the two existing clubs, but interested in joining one.

Oh...count me in too for a bulk buy of grain too. Sorry don't need the bottles!

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Old 03-10-2013, 03:15 AM   #6
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I'm also in Louisville and would be interested in bulk buys!

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Hey All,

I belong to both clubs & MOKH has a bulk buy every year. We'd love to have everyone attend a meeting.

For the LAGERS It's the 3rd Monday of each month, starts around 7:30 for the education portion down at BBC at Clay & Main. Could work out to meet everyone and then leave for work.

The FOSSILS met tonight (2nd Saturday of each month) but over at Rich o's in New Albany.

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Dang... I live just south of Richmond, so Louisville is a bit out of the way. I do some work up near there and New Albany from time to time, so maybe I can work something out.

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Hey Box, you know there is the BOCKS in Lex. ( Brewers Of Central Kentucky Society). Not sure what say they meet, but some nice guys and good brewers!

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I have over 7.5 cases of 12oz beer bottles that are reusable. They have been rinsed as soon as they were emptied. Most twice rinsed. They still have labels and/or foil. Many extra sleeves included.

I'm a kegger kinda guy, so I don't need them, but treated them like I would, some day. They keep multiplying, and I need to cull the herd.

So they are free to a good home,... but I won't deliver unless you can trade some homebrews for my effort. I figure a 6pack per 5 miles. ( I know, I drive a hard bargain, but I want to make sure these bottles end up in wanting hands.)

In live in Lebanon Jct., so you take it from there.

pb


might b interested in the bottles. not into kegging yet. also would be interested in a group grain buy. im in the fern creek area of louisville and checking with a buddy about the bottles.
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