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    Sauce Bottles????

    FLBuck, you gave this link for sauce bottles over on the main site:


    Did you order any from them?

    Anybody else got a bottle source?

    Plenty sources for bottles. Do a Google search for BBQ Sauce Bottles.


      Jon, your best bet is to visit a restaurant supply store. Great bottles at dirt cheap prices.
      I use this one http://www.acemart.com/prod7985.html?cmp=cel&trigger=ac


        My local safeway sells 'em for about $3.50 each. Basic clear plastic bottles, work great, and dirt cheap so its no big deal if they get left behind, destroyed, lost etc.


          You can get this guy for a buck at Walmart. The tip of the nozzle is a little too small for a sauce with chunks in it. I make up for this by cutting the tip off to make the hole bigger. Hey, it's a buck!


            David, I thought Jon was talking about BBQ sauce. Yeah I got a dozen of those for other sauces and homemade salad dressing. LOL


              Yes, I buy those bottles for my Controlled Burn hot sauce. I also bought the shrink wrap bands. Gave a bunch away as Christmas gifts. Didn't see this thread until today...sorry


                Formerly bought sauce bottles at Cost Plus World Market, where they have various sizes. The ones I bought were glass “flip top”—like a Grolsch bottle. Fairly pricey per bottle. Then, it hit me. Why not buy Grolsch, drink the beer, and save the bottles. Cheaper by more than 50%, “free” beer, good beer, sturdy bottles. Now we have homemade salad dressings and various sauces all the time, plus homemade Thai Sweet Chile sauce, which makes a danged tasty dipping sauce. Just 1 part vinegar, 1-2 parts sugar, hot sauce or pepper flakes to taste. Heat the vinegar/sugar mixture a bit to help with dissolving, but not too long or you’ll get vinegar taffy…


                • FLBuckeye
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                  My wife makes Kaluha every year for Christmas presents. We use the 16 oz. Grolsch bottles. I did around 24-28 bottles a year to "help out". That's just the kind, giving, attentive husband I am.

                Been ordering these for a while... plenty cheap enough, and if you're a prime member... gets to you quick;



                  I get bottles cheap. I work in the "promotions" department at work. My job, 3 out of 4 days at work at least, is to sample our products. Sometimes I keep the bottles rather than recycle them. We did some tea awhile back, came in 16 oz glass bottles, ended up with 2 dzn of them. THen there's Lorina Lemonaid comes in cool bottles, goes on sale sometimes 2/$4 - my 20% discount, the bottles are worth more than that, and it's decent lemonaid. Click image for larger version

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                  • The Burn
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                    Cool bottle. I keep meaning to buy some Grolsch beer for bottles with that kind of top.


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