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Old 07-29-2009, 06:40 PM   #1
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Default Need 1000+ 750ml 'Belgian' Bottles, new or otherwise

We're brewing a barrel/week of belgian style beer out of my partner's restaurant, all of this is going into corked, belgian bottles to be conditioned for 2-3 months.

where can i buy these bottle wholesale? We might need up to 2000. its not enough to get most wholesale suppliers attention, and too much to buy by the 12pack at AHS. any ideas? ive been wondering the ethernet in a fruitless effort to find something.

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Old 07-29-2009, 07:13 PM   #2
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Try looking through the classifieds at probrewer.com, a lot of 1000-2000 should be obtainable through some of the suppliers/ people there...

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Old 07-29-2009, 07:25 PM   #3
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Call the craft brewer closest to you that uses corked belgian bottles and convince him/her to sell you what you need out of their stock.
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Call up AHS, and negotiate a deal with them. I'm sure that they'd be willing to give you a pretty good break/do something special for ya!

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Personally I would consider this a challenge to see how much I could drink and recycle the bottles while this is fermenting. I just don't know if my liver is up to it.
Remember, always recycle.
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Is this close:www.signaturebottles.com


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