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    I like big beer bottles

    Cant wait to tackle this bad boy


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    The Heineken cans sitting in my fridge are 710 ml. How big are yours? That didn't sound right, but you know what I mean.

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    Thats 1500ml

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    I'll ignore the type of beer depicted, but damn, is that a wine bottle?

    Be sure to take a whiff of the cork before you pour!

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    Quote Originally Posted by x136 View Post
    I'll ignore the type of beer depicted, but damn, is that a wine bottle?

    Be sure to take a whiff of the cork before you pour!
    Yeah, theres better beers out there than heineken, but i can tolerate it.

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    Holy @#$%. Never seen those. I'll have to check out a different beer store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfster View Post
    Holy @#$%. Never seen those. I'll have to check out a different beer store.
    Yeah, yesterday was the first time i saw them at the LB here. I just wish they had the mini-kegs of Warsteiner like they used to

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    I thought the 40oz I saw out here in Socal was crazy big. Not sure what it is, but never remember seeing oversized bottles in Texas.
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    And I cannot Lie
    All you other brothers can't deny
    when a girl walks in with a little bitty waist
    and big bottles in a case
    I get drunk.
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    Those things are cool, but overpriced for the amount of booze they actually contain.

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    I have a 2 litre bottle of beer sitting in the kitchen. They are a tourist gimmick in the Northern territory. Same as this one http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/353/25818
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    Beer in a champagne bottle... now that's class.
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    Dead Guy is sometimes available in 64 oz jugs...

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    So you got the Dutch equivalent of (US) Budweiser in a really big bottle?

    Hey, I guess if it gets you where you want to go....


    I'd rather get a growler of something fresh from the local brewpub. Bigger container, more than likely a better beer.

    Growler example. 64 oz of goodness.


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    40 oz. fo lyf
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsharr View Post
    And I cannot Lie
    All you other brothers can't deny
    when a girl walks in with a little bitty waist
    and big bottles in a case
    I get drunk.

    this is exactly what I thought of when I read the thread title.
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    I like big pizza

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    Quote Originally Posted by maximan1 View Post
    I like big pizza
    good for you

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    I get those big bottles often. Just not something as common as Heineken. Alot of the bottle conditioned Belgian ales I love come in corked seven-fiddys.
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    A friend recently refilled his 3-liter Arrogant B@stard growler at Stone Brewery... Great stuff, I need to treat myself to one of these.


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