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Old 11-14-2010, 02:36 PM   #1
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I would prefer to drink them but hey it would cost a fortune to accumulate 28 of them if you buy them full

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Old 11-14-2010, 02:37 PM   #2
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BMW has 'em cheap, and $6.99 flat rate shipping.

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ah i can get em for $13 with no shipping at the the local shop. think i will stop over there today.

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Budweiser American Ale comes in bombers. Fairly cheap per bottle. Not a bad beer. Label comes off easy.

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I will check that out my local homebrew store also sells beer

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Guinness Extra Stout comes in bombers as well. Also, Sam Adams comes in bombers.

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Sierra Nevada pale comes in 24z magic hat comes in bombers also

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Do what I did, find a local place that serves Fat Tire/Blue Moon/Goose Island bombers and ask them to save their empties for you in exchange for some homebrew. I did this with a place just up the road from me and ended up with ten cases of empty Fat Tire bombers in just under 4 months.

I finally had to cry "Uncle" ...

I think you'd be surprised how willing people are to do this kind of thing... re-using bottles is part of the essence of the homebrewing spirit, I don't care what Jamil says.

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Do what I did, find a local place that serves Fat Tire/Blue Moon/Goose Island bombers and ask them to save their empties for you in exchange for some homebrew. I did this with a place just up the road from me and ended up with ten cases of empty Fat Tire bombers in just under 4 months.

I finally had to cry "Uncle" ...

I think you'd be surprised how willing people are to do this kind of thing... re-using bottles is part of the essence of the homebrewing spirit, I don't care what Jamil says.
Good call - Essentially the same thing I did. Craft beer bar, mostly german stuff. Unlimited supply of half-liter bottles.
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I've been getting my 22s at Trader Joes. They carry a Mission St. Hefe for $1.99 that's actually rather delicious. They have a Brown Ale too for the same price, but I haven't tried it yet.

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