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Old 01-23-2012, 09:02 PM   #1
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Default 500 ml/16oz bottles in Los Angeles

Does anyone know where I can find 16oz or 500 ml bottles in LA? The LHBS near me doesn't and I rather not pay to ship.


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Old 01-24-2012, 02:10 AM   #2
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Does anyone know where I can find 16oz or 500 ml bottles in LA? The LHBS near me doesn't and I rather not pay to ship.
I think home beer wine cheese in woodland hills carries them.
http://www.homebeerwinecheese.com/


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Old 01-24-2012, 05:16 AM   #3
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Thanks! I'll give them a call.
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Old 01-24-2012, 01:35 PM   #4
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The woodland hills store is a nice one, been there many times myself.

But there is also More Beer (morebeer.com) in Riverside.
And Culver City Brew Supply with two locations, Culver City and Eagle Rock.
http://www.brewsupply.com/Directions/index.html

Can't vouch for the other stores but bottles aren't likely to be old/spoiled.
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Just go to BevMo and buy some good German imports... pay for the bottles you need, and get the beer free!

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The woodland hills store is a nice one, been there many times myself.

But there is also More Beer (morebeer.com) in Riverside.
And Culver City Brew Supply with two locations, Culver City and Eagle Rock.
http://www.brewsupply.com/Directions/index.html

Can't vouch for the other stores but bottles aren't likely to be old/spoiled.
yeah hbc is the ****!! Love that you get to weigh out all your own ingredients. That way you are sure that everything is in there!
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yeah hbc is the ****!! Love that you get to weigh out all your own ingredients. That way you are sure that everything is in there!
Isn't that how all shops work?
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Thanks guys. Eagle Rock is my local, but they've only got 12 & 22oz. I'll try the others.


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