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Belgium Bottles

Postby daryl » Thu Sep 21, 2017 9:32 am

Does anyone have any Belgium Bottles they would like to part with?

I am prepping to make some lambics and perhaps some other Belgium styles to bottle and age.

These are the bottles that are corked and then the cork is caged, the necks are generally straight to receive a Belgium cork and are listed as "Cork Finish" bottles.

I would use 375 ml and 750 ml bottles.

Private message me with what you have and how much you would like for them.
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Re: Belgium Bottles

Postby karl » Fri Sep 22, 2017 3:09 pm

Yes. I have a bunch I got from John Buck when he moved. Most are 750 ml. How many do you want?

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