40ozs. Why are America's craft breweries not making them?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Googs, Feb 12, 2013.

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  1. vthippie

    vthippie Initiate (146) Dec 18, 2012 Vermont

    Because you are not able to adequately review appearance and head retention while surreptitiously quaffing you paper bag-obscured 40oz malt beverage as you lean up against the facade of your local Mini-Mart.
     
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  2. kingofhop

    kingofhop Initiate (0) May 9, 2010 Oklahoma

    You underestimate the abilities of hobos equipped with Iphones.
     
  3. vthippie

    vthippie Initiate (146) Dec 18, 2012 Vermont


    Mouthfeel is cottony, like cigarette butts, oh wait those were cigarette butts...
     
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  4. champ103

    champ103 Poo-Bah (3,783) Sep 3, 2007 Texas
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    We need more six packs, at the very least, 4 packs. No more large format beers that coast way to much. 40oz is just a stupid idea.
     
  5. mintjellie

    mintjellie Defender (630) Oct 2, 2005 Ontario (Canada)

    Everything in moderation, including moderation.

     
  6. ThirstyFace

    ThirstyFace Initiate (0) Jan 11, 2013 New York

    Why would they when they can rip you off perfectly with a 22 oz bottle?

    Stay cheap my friends.
     
  7. Heidelberg7

    Heidelberg7 Initiate (0) Sep 13, 2008 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    Always have the Label out
     
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