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Old 12-06-2010, 12:06 AM   #11
blackfin
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if you have an autosiphon take a large pitcher and fill it up part way and start siphoning from the pitcher in your sink to your kettle on the floor. Just leave the water running into your pitcher and you can siphon as much as you need. The water level in the pitcher will get low but the siphon will continue until you turn off the water.

 
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Old 12-06-2010, 12:20 AM   #12
RogerMcAllen
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Originally Posted by sportscrazed2 View Post
or should i pick up a couple of those 5 gallon water jugs so i can fill em up for 50 cents a gallon at the grocery store?
I've never had a problem just taking one of my better bottles to the grocery store refill station. It's a good thing I'm honest, because a 6 gallon carboy looks a heck of a lot like a 5 gallon water jug.

/I wouldn't try this glass, since I wouldn't want to risk breaking it in the store.

 
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