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Old 09-10-2010, 05:25 PM   #1
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Anybody know where I could buy these to bottle my beers?
Ive searched and can only find 750ml corkable bottles.


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Old 09-10-2010, 05:47 PM   #2
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I usually just drink Duvel and keep the bottles. I have never really looked into buying an a-typical bottle size like 11oz.


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Yeah I could do that but i dont wanna spend that much money to get the bottles. I like the shape of them and the fact that theyre thick so i can carb the beer higher
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I have never seen those for sale, but some hardcore research might lead you to a distributer. Double check to make sure that they take the typical 26mm cap because a lot of belgian bottles take 29 mm caps
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I have never seen those for sale, but some hardcore research might lead you to a distributer. Double check to make sure that they take the typical 26mm cap because a lot of belgian bottles take 29 mm caps
They are 26mm because I have used some westmalle bottles before.
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They are 26mm because I have used some westmalle bottles before.
Cool just wanted to make sure so you didn't get around to bottling time and realize that. It would suck to have to order those caps and a bench capper haha


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