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Old 12-16-2013, 11:06 AM   #1
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Little bit of booze!

PROBLEM: There is just a little bit of booze in the bottle, and the bottle takes up so much room in the liquor cabinet. You can't tell at a glance, which of the bottles, have only a taste left in them. And you don't find this out until you go to make yourself, or worse yet your guests, a much needed 'beverage', only to find out that the 'cupboard is almonst bare'.

SOLUTION: I'm a big fan of 're-purposing' things, so I came up with the idea of using empty Alfredo sauce jars. When I get down to about 1/4 bottle of liquor, I put the spirits in the glass jar, and then I know to buy more 'juice' when I'm shopping.

And these jars stack very well, taking up alot less space, making room for more full bottles.

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Old 12-16-2013, 11:15 AM   #2
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That's a very well stocked cabinet. Please be sure to tell me when and where you will be camping in the coming year.
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Old 12-16-2013, 11:26 AM   #3
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That's a very well stocked cabinet. Please be sure to tell me when and where you will be camping in the coming year.
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Old 12-16-2013, 12:08 PM   #4
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Ill send you my (Licker List)! Please put mine in (Plastic) in case I fall. There will be NO need for smaller jars when I leave,as a matter of fact there is NO need to keep the (Cap or Cork!). Is it 5 Oclock? Youroo!!
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Old 12-16-2013, 03:30 PM   #5
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Ill send you my (Licker List)! Please put mine in (Plastic) in case I fall. There will be NO need for smaller jars when I leave,as a matter of fact there is NO need to keep the (Cap or Cork!). Is it 5 Oclock? Youroo!!
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Old 12-16-2013, 05:26 PM   #6
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I do my camper liquor cabinet a little differently. I refill my bottles from the 1s in my house before every trip. If I empty a house bottle, then it is time to go the pharmacy (ABC Store) to get my prescription refilled.
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[QUOTE=Sargent's Fox Hole;512243]PROBLEM: There is just a little bit of booze in the bottle, and the bottle takes up so much room in the liquor cabinet. You can't tell at a glance, which of the bottles, have only a taste left in them. And you don't find this out until you go to make yourself, or worse yet your guests, a much needed 'beverage', only to find out that the 'cupboard is almonst bare'.

SOLUTION: I'm a big fan of 're-purposing' things, so I came up with the idea of using empty Alfredo sauce jars. When I get down to about 1/4 bottle of liquor, I put the spirits in the glass jar, and then I know to buy more 'juice' when I'm shopping.

And these jars stack very well, taking up alot less space, making room for more full bottles.

empty Alfredo sauce jars And it makes the pasta taste so darn good, too!
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Old 12-16-2013, 06:04 PM   #8
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My " liquor cabinet" has only one bottle in it, I will share but if you no likey then BYOB....
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This sounded like a thread turbs would have started. Of course, I have a feeling he wouldn't leave a taste left over and would know for certain what was and wasn't left
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PROBLEM: There is just a little bit of booze in the bottle, and the bottle takes up so much room in the liquor cabinet. You can't tell at a glance, which of the bottles, have only a taste left in them. And you don't find this out until you go to make yourself, or worse yet your guests, a much needed 'beverage', only to find out that the 'cupboard is almonst bare'.

SOLUTION: I'm a big fan of 're-purposing' things, so I came up with the idea of using empty Alfredo sauce jars. When I get down to about 1/4 bottle of liquor, I put the spirits in the glass jar, and then I know to buy more 'juice' when I'm shopping.

And these jars stack very well, taking up alot less space, making room for more full bottles.
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