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What are different sizes and shapes of growlers?

I hear a lot of people are starting to use growlers for their beer. I want to try it out myself. Are they expensive?
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Good morning,
We at United have in stock two sizes of growlers in stock at all time.
… and 2L amber growler with CT closure and a 1L growler with swing-top closure.
Starting November, we will keep stock on a new 750ml growler, ideal for retail shelves.
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Here at Land and Sea we have a whole variety of mini howlers, howlers and growlers! The standard growler is 64oz. Growlers can come in glass, PET, Ceramic, or stainless. We carry all of the above in a variety of sizes. Feel free to reach out to us if you are interested in what we have to offer. 

Shayna
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Growlers are definitely "of the moment" and a great way to market your company and beer offerings.  The options are vast, with the most stantard size being a 2ltr/64oz growler.  A mini is also offered in a 32oz/1ltr option.  Variations of the standard growler include smooth or ribbed glass, barrel or traditional shapes, and a number of handle styles including a fancy metal handle option.  

We can also provide some really unique shapes, including Bavarian and Belgian growlers, if you're looking for something more "out of the box."  Some of our customers have even crossed over into wine/champagne bottles for their upscale beers, going for that "champagne of beer" concept.  Traditional growlers come in amber, with clear or green glass available as well.  

Custom decoration can also change the appearance of your standard growler to make your bottle stand out from the crowd.  With more options available than ever before, it really comes down to how you want to market your brand.  We'd be happy to help you determine what is the best fit based on the various factors involved!  
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You heard right, growlers are blowing up in popularity. If you own a brewery with a taproom or operate a brewpub and plan to sell growlers to your customers you will may money. Growlers are relatively inexpensive to customize and the resell value is nearly quadruple or more than you pay to produce. As a craft beer drinker myself, I know that filled growlers from a brewery can costs anywhere from $25-$45  depending on size of growler and beer style. Customers love the souvenir and the convenience. You can request a quote from us anytime!

Cheers!
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