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    Wiltronics has 5L amber glass bottles for ~$30 (In Vic - can't post links)

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    This is what I use (after enjoying the contents of course) :

    http://www.beerguide.com.au/beer-rev...-Premium-Lager

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    I don't know about the OZ rules for home wine making, but often the stores around here that sell to home beer and wine making sell various size jugs intended to make beer. If home beer making is a permitted activity you may want to inquire at the stores for same..
    Charles MacDonald
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    I still live just beyond the fringe in Stittsville

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmacd123 View Post
    .....If home beer making is a permitted activity.......
    It certainly is!

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    For clear bottles I just use V8 juice bottles, they work great.

    Plastic milk bottles here are HDPE, so if the lid is liquid tight (which some are not) it should be good for some solutions.

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    I ended up buying some of these plastic chemical storage bottles, as I needed a bunch, and the glass versions were crazily expensive.

    Working ok so far storing pyro stock.

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    Thanks for the assistance guys. Plasdene is good but has a minimum order requirement.
    Wiltronics may be the go.
    Greg

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