Topic: What kind of growler should I get?
Posted by teapots.nli
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I would like to purchase one of these hominy growlers but not if it can't be transported. :frown:


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­Did you read this part?

"We pour the beer straight into the growler then set a pitcher next to the growler."

­yes. then the customer takes the growler home given that the pub already has pitchers on hand. :lol:


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­Did you read this part?

"We pour the beer straight into the growler then set a pitcher next to the growler."

­yes. then the customer takes the growler home given that the pub already has pitchers on hand. :lol:

­That's not what the article says.


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­That's not what the article says.

­want to bet?


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teapots.nli said: I would like to purchase one of these hominy growlers but not if it can't be transported. :frown:

­Can't be reused either :sad:


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Burnface thinks pubs serve beers in growlers for consumption on the premises. :lol:


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. said: Burnface thinks pubs serve beers in growlers for consumption on the premises. :lol:

­The Dallas Observer agrees.


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­The Dallas Observer agrees.

­nope. :lol:


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­The Dallas Observer agrees.

­nope. :lol:

­If you disagree with the Dallas Observer take it up with them. Not my problem.


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­If you disagree with the Dallas Observer take it up with them. Not my problem.

­I don't.


. said: "Growlers give you the ability to take home beers that aren't bottled by the breweries, opening up hundreds of new possibilities for the craft beer connoisseurs as well as the less experienced. "


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­If you disagree with the Dallas Observer take it up with them. Not my problem.

­I don't.


. said: "Growlers give you the ability to take home beers that aren't bottled by the breweries, opening up hundreds of new possibilities for the craft beer connoisseurs as well as the less experienced. "

­I see you conveniently left out the part about pitchers :rolleyes:


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­I see you conveniently left out the part about pitchers :rolleyes:

­why would a pub serve beer in growlers if they have pitchers on hand?

:pwned:


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­why would a pub serve beer in growlers if they have pitchers on hand?

:pwned:

­Ask the Dallas Observer. It's really none of my business. :shrug:


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­Ask the Dallas Observer. It's really none of my business. :shrug:

­okay, I'll do that.


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http://www.dallasobserver.com/content/printView/8189213

"Growlers are often used to pour beer at smaller breweries"


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. said: http://www.dallasobserver.com/content/printView/8189213

"Growlers are often used to pour beer at smaller breweries"

­:lol:



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