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Growlers - best places to buy them

Discussion in 'Gear and Equipment' started by jaypes, 14/5/13.

 

  1. sp0rk

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    Posted 10/3/14
    Only at Prahran and Alphington I believe
     
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    Posted 15/3/14
    Steve's cool booze in kingsford is selling 1.8l growlers. $16 each. Available in brown or clear glass ImageUploadedByAussie Home Brewer1394856806.503281.jpg
     
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    If your coming down the coast then Hopdog beerworks at sth Nowra sells growlers, I couldn't see them on their website but I believe they are $15.
    Dave
     
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    Due to the changes in excise tax we might start to see more bars offering growler fills in future. We were wondering if you guys would be interested in laser engraved growlers like these ones:
    https://www.kegland.com.au/64oz-glass-growler-take-your-keg-beer-with-you.html

    The growlers themselves are quite inexpensive but if we did the engraving for $10 for the first growler and $4 for every additional growler do you think you guys would be interested in offering this type of service?
     
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    I would absolutely waste my money on something like this
     
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    Hi, what does the laser etching look like?
    Regards, Dave
     
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    I've downsized all of my growlers, save 2: an insulated SS one that keeps beer cold for hours, and a glass swingtop with a narrow neck that can be counter pressure filled. IMO these two styles work so much better than the generic growlers one usually finds.
     
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    Posted 22/7/19
    Unfortunately the trend seems to be for brewpubs to *stop* selling growlers as a result of the excise changes e.g. https://newsteadbrewing.com.au/the-end-of-an-era/
     
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    Posted 23/7/19
    In an effort to get around forum rules to spruik your new wares, you've gotten the story arse about face
    The new laws make it more difficult/expensive to sell growlers of fresh beer
    Honestly, why don't you just create a new thread under your subforum like you're supposed to?
     
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    Please refrain from adding links on your posts outside of your dedicated sponsors forum. It's clear a large amount of members see this as opportunism and this post has been reported as spam.
     
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    No worries at all. More than happy to do that. We will bring this up in the sponsor forum. We don't seem to have a relevant thread on this particular topic in the sponsors forum at the moment. Should we start a new thread?
     
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    Posted 25/7/19
    Please differentiate between a topic post and a product post. You'll see other retailers do comment on topics, without linking to their specified retail store.

    If you do wish to start a conversation around a product, and that post contains links to your retail store, out of respect please use the sponsors forum. That will also stop members reporting your posts in the future.
     

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