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Portable Beer | By Pats Backcountry Beverages

This has to be the best thing to ever happen to backpacking, an awesome little addition to your gear list, packable beer! When on distant adventures packing light is essential, and transporting beer is inconvenient, heavy and cumbersome, Pat´s Backcountry Beverages have developed a beer concentrate that can fit into a pocket, simply place it in the easy-to-use carbonation system and add water to deliver a complex, yet well-balanced, craft brew.

You´ll have to make an initial investment for the carbonator bottle, and the beer extract is $10 for enough to make 16 oz(a growler).




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