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[GreenYes] Re: Reusable BEER mugs?

What about requiring all beer drinkers to purchase a beer glass with the
name of the event or brewery on it? That's the way most beer and wine events
are held around here. The beer sellers are instructed to pour only into
these sanctioned "souvenir glasses." It's a great way to advertise the
event, and people like collecting the glasses. Also, IDs can be checked
easily at the booth where the glasses (and beer tickets) are sold.

Amy Hemmert
Obentec, Inc.


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----- Original Message -----
From: "Megan" <meganleeker@no.address>
To: "GreenYes" <GreenYes@no.address>
Sent: Monday, May 15, 2006 12:44 PM
Subject: [GreenYes] Reusable BEER mugs?

> Has anyone organized an event using reusable mugs for beer? If so,
> which beer company? What company's mugs?
> Tour de Fat (Fat Tire) is coming to Boise again. Because we do not
> have composting facilities here, we are trying to encourage organizers
> to switch to a resuable mug (normally they use compostable cups). The
> beer people are worried about the mugs changing the flavor of the beer.
> So, if anyone has experience (good or bad) using reusable mugs for
> beer, please let me know.
> Megan
> >

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