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Old 12-04-2006, 08:55 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by ablrbrau
Back when I used to bottle my brew, I would always fill up five or six Coke bottles with Brown Ale or Bock. It was a great way to sneak a couple homebrews into ballgames
My thoughts as well. I have my european bock in Coke bottles. The lighter colored ales are in the MtD bottles. The campsite has a no alcohol policy. I guess I'll just be drinking soda...lots and lots of soda.

Those Lite bottles are ideal for regular uses though. Imagine how many you could stock up on at a stadium. A&W Rootbeer also comes in a brown plastic bottle.
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