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Old 06-30-2007, 06:53 AM   #1
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So I saw at my liqour store yesterday these 64 oz Rogue Dead Guy Ale Growlers. They were painted jugs, looking fancy, for $11 each. They are capped with a white twist-off cap that looks like one from a cider bottle. I was thinking this might be a cool addition for bottling, but I didn't know if I could keep reusing this top? Has anyone seen this in their area and what do you think? Would be bummed to buy it and not be able to reuse it; not a huge fan of dead guy ale.



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I've got one. I've reused it one time so far. It appears that I will be able to use it until the paper lining on the cap goes bad. Which as long as I don't soak it for an extended period could be a long time.

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