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Craft beer trends toward bigger bottles

March 4, 2013 | Glass News

Many craft brewers are beginning to favor bigger bottles for their products, with 22-ounce and 750-milliliter bottles appearing on more store shelves. However, consumers have been slow to embrace the trend, complaining about the higher prices of the bigger bottles and the difficulty of finishing them in one sitting. - The New York Times

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