Dogfish Head isn't too cheap, but good stuff.c.n.budz said:Can you get Dogfish Head cheap?
I'll bet you can get Yuengling pretty cheap near you, not sure if they're pop tops though... It's been awhile since I bought any.
Just soak it in hot, soapy water for about an hour. It'll peel right off without any residue.SeanSmith74 said:Hey Lustreking, does the label resemble the Amstel plastic label? My restaurant sells lot of Amstel but the stickers are a pain to remove. I haven't tried the heat gun trick yet.
Count your lucky stars - I can't get Fat tire here at all - let alone at Sam's pricing. DAMMIT!!deathweed said:Sam Adams I think is the traditional choice around here, But I have been finding 24 packs of Fat Tire at sams for $21. If you think about paying $12 for a case of bottles, your getting almost 2.5 gallons of beer for $9!!!
I really agree with the buy good beer and enjoy it! I have grown very fond of Guinness while collecting bottles. It is so easy to have a few after work rinse and drop for a soak even as quick as the next day they come right out and ready to store till bottling day.gaffrig24 said:Buy good beer and enjoy it. Try something you've never had before and see what types you like and don't like. World market is a great place to buy a huge variety of beers. You can mix six packs with anything you want. Just make sure they are lift tops. You can pick up variety packs of Sam Adams at places like BJ's and Costco but sometimes you get some real loser beers in them. That cranberry lambic in the winter pack was F-ing gross.
Aren't those green water bottles?SeanSmith74 said:Thanks for all of the great tips everyone. I have an almost unlimited supply of San Pelligrino and Aqua Panna liter bottles that are not twist-off. I've seen a few break and can tell from the broken glass they seem thinner than most beer bottles. Has anyone had any experience using these? I'm hoping the first two batches i have going will be good enough to warrant drinking a liter at a time.