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Has anyone ever seen 64oz growlers without handles? Is this pretty non-standard?

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Most standard 64oz growlers and 2 Liter growlers that I've seen come with handles.
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The only 64 oz or 2L size bottles I have seen with no handles are the Darwin Stubby bottles, which are hugely popular in Australia but not really visible here in the states.  You can google image search them and see the shape I am referring to.  By far, the bottles with handles are more popular for ease of carrying.

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Heather Bradley at Brewsuit.com

SS Growlers stainless steel fliptop/threadless don't have handles attached yet we are releasing a removable one soon

Nov 5, 2013

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I have a 2L growler that does not have a handle on it, and is sealed with a Swing Top finish.  They aren't very common but when you can find one they are great to see.
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It is more common for 64oz glass growlers to have handles. Many smaller bottles 32oz or Liter do not however. Most double-wall vacuum insulated bottles of any size, do not have handles as well. 
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Some of the ceramic growler companies sell there growlers without handles, it is easy for them to not put a handle onto a grower because the handles are slip casted separately then added on later once they come out of the molds.
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Our Stainless fliptop / threadless SS Growlers to not have handles attached. We are getting ready to release retro fit handles, though. We do supply carriers that are pretty cool which have straps.
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