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    Hope everyone is having a great Thanksgiving Holiday, and getting some good deals today!

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    I just drank a beer, well a few sips of a beer, from a can over 60 years old. It was an XXX Ballantine Ale. I'm selling the can on e-bay and didn't want to ship a full can. For those of you too young to remember, a church key aka a can opener had to be used to open beer cans before the 1960's. I'll post a picture of it if I can figure out how to do it.

    --------------------billy

    p.s. It didn't taste bad as long as you didn't look at the solids. Still had a head and some fizz

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    I just drank a beer, well a few sips of a beer, from a can over 60 years old. It was an XXX Ballantine Ale. I'm selling the can on e-bay and didn't want to ship a full can. For those of you too young to remember, a church key aka a can opener had to be used to open beer cans before the 1960's. I'll post a picture of it if I can figure out how to do it.

    --------------------billy

    p.s. It didn't taste bad as long as you didn't look at the solids. Still had a head and some fizz
    Wow. If you're that brave, I suggest you try a sip of either wine in a bottle open for 3 years or a sip from a bottle of Makers Mark open for 4 years. Then prepare to spend a lot of time in the loo. LOL Either option is a lifetime experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riverbabe View Post
    Wow. If you're that brave, I suggest you try a sip of either wine in a bottle open for 3 years or a sip from a bottle of Makers Mark open for 4 years. Then prepare to spend a lot of time in the loo. LOL Either option is a lifetime experience.
    WOW! interesting
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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    I just drank a beer, well a few sips of a beer, from a can over 60 years old. It was an XXX Ballantine Ale. I'm selling the can on e-bay and didn't want to ship a full can. For those of you too young to remember, a church key aka a can opener had to be used to open beer cans before the 1960's. I'll post a picture of it if I can figure out how to do it.

    --------------------billy

    p.s. It didn't taste bad as long as you didn't look at the solids. Still had a head and some fizz
    https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon....L._SL1500_.jpg
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    This is an identical can to mine: http://breweriana.com/beer-cans-flat...e-33-19-21571/


    ----------------billy

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    I just drank a beer, well a few sips of a beer, from a can over 60 years old. It was an XXX Ballantine Ale. I'm selling the can on e-bay and didn't want to ship a full can. For those of you too young to remember, a church key aka a can opener had to be used to open beer cans before the 1960's. I'll post a picture of it if I can figure out how to do it.

    --------------------billy

    p.s. It didn't taste bad as long as you didn't look at the solids. Still had a head and some fizz
    Why didn't you want to ship a full can - unopened?
    Tim - Retired Problem Solver

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimo_100 View Post
    Why didn't you want to ship a full can - unopened?
    Mimo, An empty one costs 4.50 to ship. The weight of a full can would at least triple that. Not many collect full cans and would pay the extra shipping. It also could leak or explode and the USPS might freak out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    Mimo, An empty one costs 4.50 to ship. The weight of a full can would at least triple that. Not many collect full cans and would pay the extra shipping. It also could leak or explode and the USPS might freak out.

    ------------------billy
    Interesting. Thanks. I just purchased a fifth of TX Whiskey, available in only 15 states I think, not Ohio. I was finally able to find a restaurant owner in Louisiana who sold me a bottle. The whiskey cost $42 and the shipping $30.
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    Happy new Year To All. I hope it is a very profitable and more importantly , Healthy NY !
    I recently saw the Sylvestor Stallone movie "Last Blood" Trust me it is very violent, but any young lady hoping to go to Mexico on her own should definitely see this one . It will serve as a warning!

    On a lighter note , I am watching an interesting Drama ONLY AVAILABLE ON NETFLIX, and the Title is "Crash Landing On You!" Of course it is FICTION with English subscripts , but thoroughly enjoyable! A rich Girl from South Korea is power gliding when a sudden wind blows her craft into NORTH Korea and that is where her Adventure Really begins! Here is a Trailer ....I think you will enjoy it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K58Z1RORRaI&vl=en

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