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11 hours ago, jticarruthers said:

I have taken beer on board that was packaged (by brewer not me) in the typical 750ml "wine bottle"

What is this beer, how do I get some, and just how plastered are you after drinking just one bottle??

I normally will have two beers with dinner. I think that might be difficult with this size. 😅

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1 hour ago, JLMoran said:

What is this beer, how do I get some, and just how plastered are you after drinking just one bottle??

I normally will have two beers with dinner. I think that might be difficult with this size. 😅

According to Google, 750 ml = 25.36 oz. So not even 2 pints.  I can do that!  

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11 hours ago, JLMoran said:

What is this beer, how do I get some, and just how plastered are you after drinking just one bottle??

I normally will have two beers with dinner. I think that might be difficult with this size. 😅

IIRC the beer in question was Lindemans cuvee rene kriek (or something like that). Very bitter cherry flavored beer that a buddy and I were enjoying for a bit after trying it at a beer festival. You would be surprised at the number of beers that are available in the 750ml bottles if you head to a good liquor store though.

I think you get about 2-3 "glasses" of beer out of a bottle so it isn't a ton but beats nothing :)

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13 hours ago, KathyC aka KathLuvsGH said:

According to Google, 750 ml = 25.36 oz. So not even 2 pints.  I can do that!  

Yeah, that's basically two 12-oz bottles, which I can definitely do. But if I'm going to have two of those at one sitting...?

I think the last time I had more than 3 regular bottles in one sitting was a few years ago. I can't help it, good (strong) beer and wine make me sleepy! 😅

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