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Old 08-25-2008, 12:22 AM   #1
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Anyone have a line on blank 4 & 6 pack containers? Call me petty but I hate to have my brews wearing another breweries logo.

I don't know where to look.

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Old 08-25-2008, 12:23 AM   #2
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Austin Homebrew Supply: Six Pack Carrier

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Plain white cardboard 6-pack carriers for 12 oz beer bottles. Perfect for safely taking your homebrew bottles over to a friend's place.

I've never ordered them, but planned on picking up a few on my next order.

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Yeah, I'm gonna go with AHS for this brown ale I'm making for Christmas gifts. I couldn't care less for the stuff we drink here, but my beer needs to look nice for company.
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last christmas in a pinch, i spray painted several commercial 6 pack holders black and they looks really good.
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last christmas in a pinch, i spray painted several commercial 6 pack holders black and they looks really good.
Not a bad idea.
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Another option is the neoprene 6-pack holders.
http://www.amazon.com/Built-NY-Six-P.../dp/B000FMOCFM

I love the ones I have. I realize they are more expensive,, but if you are doing xmas presents and want to give something that is great for re-using, there work wonderfully.
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I get mine from Wines and More. All they say is "Variety six-pack". Even if I only buy 2 beers I put them in a sixer holder. They have never charged me for the holder.
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Another option is the neoprene 6-pack holders.
http://www.amazon.com/Built-NY-Six-P.../dp/B000FMOCFM

I love the ones I have. I realize they are more expensive,, but if you are doing xmas presents and want to give something that is great for re-using, there work wonderfully.
A great idea especially if being used to xmas gifts. I have one of these and they work great. Worked too great the first time actually. Put a warm 6 pack in one and took to a friends house. Put the whole thing in his fridge for drinking later that evening. Well low and behold my insulating neoprene 6-pack holder did it's job and kept my bottles warm for me! D'OH.
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Anyone have a line on blank 4 & 6 pack containers? Call me petty but I hate to have my brews wearing another breweries logo.

I don't know where to look.

Thanks.
I got some blank 4-packs

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Old 02-05-2009, 11:06 PM   #10
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I have some 4-packs, about 25 - 200 in each case.


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