OtherBrotherDarryl: No. The answer is no.
FishyFred: Cans leave behind a metallic aftertaste. Unless you're coating the inside of these cans with gold, I don't want this.I've enjoyed craft brews that have been poured from cans, but you can definitely taste the difference.
Uranus Is Huge!: farkin' A right! Especially in the summertime. You can't take bottles anywhere near pools and lakes.
kmmontandon: Uranus Is Huge!: farkin' A right! Especially in the summertime. You can't take bottles anywhere near pools and lakes.You can't?
wingnut396: kmmontandon: Uranus Is Huge!: farkin' A right! Especially in the summertime. You can't take bottles anywhere near pools and lakes.You can't?I may come as a shock, but many places where lots of people hand out without shoes look poorly upon the prospect of having broken shards of sharp glass strewn about. Then then either place local ordinances or private property rules dealing with that issue.
Ishidan: [www.hawaiimagazine.com image 850x436]The answer is yes, yes you do.
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