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    Default How to carry spirits

    Like most when it is cold out I like to have a nip in the evenings . Glass bottles are something I not big on carrying and is not very desecrate, but a standard flask is not big enough . Just wondering what everybody uses .

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    My wife picked up some aluminum bottles at Target that we use to carry spirits. I think they hold about a liter or so.

    I think these are the ones:

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    On a longer trip we'll usually bring a few different varieties, and the colors help tell them apart.






    Well actually .... even if it's short trip we are well stocked.

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    And for beer there is the hydroflask growler:

    http://www.hydroflask.com/products/6...l-growler.html
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    I have seen many people on backpack expeditions in the city, and they prefer a brown paper sack.

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    Yep - 1 liter aluminum bottles....cept in places where alcohol is prohibited.Then its grey goose in a poland spring water bottle
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    Have some of the stainless bottles I picked up and just found that they hold one liter . thanks for the idea .

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    Most offer their wares in a plastic bottle.

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    Nalgene bottle work for me.
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    I bought 4 of the Platypus reservoirs almost 3-years ago and they're used all the time for wine and liquor. No flavor is imparted to even higher alcohol content liquor, very light and compact way to store either and keeps oxygen effect to an absolute minimum if you squeeze the air out (easy). Oh yeah: They're nearly indestructible.

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    These work really good & they come prefilled w/ vodka. I reuse them to carry my Jameson or Bushmills too.

    Last edited by fatrat; 04-28-2012 at 02:37 PM.
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