jmcnally wrote:My question is about travelling with bottles in my luggage: is this legal? Even if so, I wonder if airport security and/or baggage handling is going to mess with my stuff? I was thinking it might be easiest to bring a growler but that's a pretty big/heavy container to put in my (admittedly quite large) suitcase.
I just want to know if I'm going to have a problem. Anyone have any experience/advice they'd like to share?
jmcnally wrote:Thanks, Ceecee. 16L is quite a lot! With current baggage restrictions and extra weight charges, I think I'll stick with a growler. But helpful to know...
jmcnally wrote:I actually bought a couple of 650ml bombers but worried about the crown caps. I thought the screwcap on a growler might be more secure?
Craig wrote:How 3 Brewers survives in a city like Montreal or Toronto where there are ample alternatives and a more nuanced understanding of beer is beyond me.
cratez wrote:Thanks for the rundown Craig. Heading to Paris in the fall for my honeymoon and I expected things to be pretty abysmal on the beer front. Glad to know there's at least a couple decent spots to hit. Also helpful to know about the colour-based descriptions and lack of tasting notes, IBU listings, etc. There's a still a good chance that I'll end up drinking wine most of the time, but Les Trois 8, Brewberry, and Academie de la Biere sound like they're worth visiting (high prices aside).
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