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The RIP thread

TigerForce

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Glass cracks in a freezer when trying to get a frosty chill. Portability. Stacking. What an amateur…wake up to yourself.
My stubbies have been doing well at 2deg in the old Kelvinator in the garage. :mhihi
 
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Redford

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My stubbies have been doing well at 2deg in the old Kelvinator in the garage. :mhihi
In all seriousness, alum cans conduct coldness quicker because it’s thinner than the thick glass that’s required for a stubbie. But most importantly, glass let’s light in which over time ferments the beer and thus, alum has a better expiry rate. That’s why most stubbies are dark brown or green. Also alum cans have a better freshness rate because it’s sealed tighter than a glass and screw top can achieve.

Regardless, stubby or can, how good is beer !!!

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TigerForce

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In all seriousness, alum cans conduct coldness quicker because it’s thinner than the thick glass that’s required for a stubbie. But most importantly, glass let’s light in which over time ferments the beer and thus, alum has a better expiry rate. That’s why most stubbies are dark brown or green. Also alum cans have a better freshness rate because it’s sealed tighter than a glass and screw top can achieve.

Regardless, stubby or can, how good is beer !!!

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Very good. Must be a habit from the old man who only drank from bottles.....anyway here's the thirst...oops...first for tonight. Haven't had an MB for sometime.

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TT33

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Always remember Rex Hunt going to Al Mantello for around the grounds scores on 3AW.


I think that was Alan Martello Scoop played for the Hawks & the Tigers. Albert Mantello was on Norths board etc. I don't think he was on the radio.
 
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Scoop

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I think that was Alan Martello Scoop played for the Hawks & the Tigers. Albert Mantello was on Norths board etc. I don't think he was on the radio.
You are bloody right, didn’t know they were seperate people.
 
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