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Author Topic: Stupidest question I ever asked: Anybody know where I can get empty beer cans?  (Read 1892 times)

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Offline DbltreeBelgians

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Oh Tom,
Let me do a little looking around. I worked for Ball Corp. Yeah the mason jar company. I worked 34 years for their metal container division wrenching on equipment that made pop and beer cans and the ends on top. I have a stash of cans somewhere. Many with a coin slot in the top. The auction that I told you about that I went to yesterday had a 24 pack of Ohio State Buckeye cans that were never filled. Wish I had saw this post sooner as Iím sure that would have been perfect and I wouldíve been more than HAPPY to ship you some OSU memorabilia. ;D
Anyhow Iíll do some searching.

Brent 

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Thanks Brent, but you gotta get out more and keep up with what's going on.  :D :D ;D
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A good buddy found an intact but completely empty can in an Old Swill 30 rack. 
He had a lot fun handing that can to unsuspecting guests.
One day he handed it to the wrong person and it got crushed! Some people have no sense of humor when it comes to their beer!
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Brent, did you bid and get the buckeye cans?  @Cardiodoc is a big BE fan.
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Well, lets not all go crazy here. I appreciate the help but I emptied two more cans last night and have the 6 pack I need for display. I might pick out some nicer beer if these things sell enough for me to make more, but this is the end of the show season, so it will likely be next year. I am anxious to see how/if any sell this Saturday.
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does that mean you will wear a half shirt to the show, so folks can see your "six pack"?!
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No, if I did that they would see a mini-keg. :D
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OG you re fortunate, I now have a half keg
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Brent, did you bid and get the buckeye cans?  @Cardiodoc is a big BE fan.
No sir I did not. I have enough memorabilia cans from Ball Metal so I wasnít interested.

Brent


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