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    How I transport beeer and other beverages

    I use the divided bags I can get at my local booze dispensery in side my
    panniers. The first pic, I can do bottles of wine, 26 oz liqor bottles or large beer bottles. 2nd pic is a regular 6pack bottle, I can usually stack 2 6 packs. Most I've carried on my bike is 4 6 packs of beer and a mix of 12 26oz bottles of wine, hard liqor.

    How do the rest of you get beer and stuff?

    How I transport beeer and other beverages-imgp4948.jpgHow I transport beeer and other beverages-imgp4951.jpg

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    Looks much the same. I usually stop at the smoke shop next door and pad the bottles with a few pouches of roll your own. In a pinch, a full case can be strapped on top of the rack with bungees and paracord. My cheap Bell panniers like a fifth, upright, next to a six pack to prevent shifting.

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    I usually just throw it in my saddlebags and roll. I hardly ever buy more than a six pack. Usual purchase is two 32 oz cans of Miller High Life... so bad, but so cheap. Not as bad as OE, though... or as cheap.

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    Never thought t take a shot of it so i had to put them back empty for photo taking purposes.
    Pretty simple for meHow I transport beeer and other beverages-cam02182.jpg

    Might want to cross post in the beer forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by snailspace View Post
    I use the divided bags I can get at my local booze dispensery in side my
    panniers. The first pic, I can do bottles of wine, 26 oz liqor bottles or large beer bottles. 2nd pic is a regular 6pack bottle, I can usually stack 2 6 packs. Most I've carried on my bike is 4 6 packs of beer and a mix of 12 26oz bottles of wine, hard liqor.

    How do the rest of you get beer and stuff?

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    My god Puke-castle Brown Ale that is a blast from the past, I can't believe they are allowed to export that stuff. I was under the impression that it was only allowed for consumption by tramps, students and Geordies (drowning their sorrows after their football team loses - so it's a weekly event)

    When I was a student Pukey Brown was only just behind Merrydown cider and special brew as the drink of choice in the lets fallover as cheaply as possible game. At 8.5% per liter for 1 against 5% per pint for 1 it wasn't as cost effective Merrydown was the clear winner

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