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12/16/05 12:03 PM  
375 mL bottles in Colorado
I think I have a source for about 70 cases of 375 mL bottles in Colorado. I believe the asking price is about $15 or $16 per case (which should have 24 bottles), so that seems like a great deal but I can't afford nor store all of them.

Please respond if interested and we'll see what we can work out. I'm just an in between guy in this.

02/10/06 09:17 AM  
Re: 375 mL bottles in Colorado
I'm interested in some of these... do you still have them???
Jim Denier
02/10/06 01:36 PM  
Re: 375 mL bottles in Colorado
Hi. I'd be interested in picking up 3 or so cases of these. Are they brown or clear glass, and is the glass any thicker than regular bomber bottles? FYI, I live in Littleton.
02/13/06 11:13 AM  
Re: 375 mL bottles in Colorado
These are dark green bottles, and thick. They can be had for a few clicks lower then 15$, but you have to pickup in northern colorado.
02/13/06 11:15 AM  
Re: 375 mL bottles in Colorado
If you guys are intereseted in these at $14 per case, email me at hosea_jeff@hotmail.com

I am trying to find out the total number of cases, but I think there are plenty. I might be able to shave a buck or two off of each case if we buy enough. I need to know how many you would want.

They are green glass, thick and I believe cappable or corkable.

02/13/06 11:21 AM  
Re: 375 mL bottles in Colorado
that's right Jeff, cappable and corkable: A very capable and enjoyable bottle. harhar
Jim Denier
02/14/06 11:56 AM  
Re: 375 mL bottles in Colorado
I can spring for 4 cases. Where in Northern CO would I have to drive to? I'm going to post a message on my Denver homebrew club's website (foamontherange.org)to talk this up a bit; I think there will be some interest.
04/02/06 11:16 PM  
Re: 375 mL bottles in Colorado
Sorry, I totally forgot about this. You can basically have as many cases as you want for 12$ a case. You'd have to get them from Loveland. Jeff and I both live down town. I don't know who has the room to store them. There's basically a couple pallets at the warehouse I work in, and we don't use them any more.
04/03/06 02:12 AM  
Re: 375 mL bottles in Colorado
What kind of shipping prices are you talking?

I live in Oregon, and intersted.

Jim Denier
04/03/06 10:55 AM  
Re: 375 mL bottles in Colorado

I'd like 6 cases! Can you give me a phone number and/or address and time when/where I can pick these up. I'm down in Littleton. If it makes sense, I could meet you downtown if you can throw the cases in your vehicle; otherwise I'm up for a trip to Loveland. Thanks.

04/03/06 10:52 PM  
Re: 375 mL bottles in Colorado
I don't know about shipping any cases. I'm not very motivated because this isn't a for profit deal. I work in a warehouse and we have 2 pallets surplus leftover from an experiment a few years ago. I'm just trying to clear space. email me at "artbread@frii.com."

Sorry Jim, I live in downtown Loveland :~) I'm working nights now so call me 970.663.6315 before 8:30am, or after 8:30pm. You'd probably have to pick them up here.

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