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Old 11-03-2012, 09:26 PM
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NEVER PUT BEER IN THEM!
Why no ?

I once rigged four Camel Back bladders into a cow costume for Halloween in order to have working utters. Each one served a different mixed drink.
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Old 11-03-2012, 10:16 PM
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Why no ?

I once rigged four Camel Back bladders into a cow costume for Halloween in order to have working utters. Each one served a different mixed drink.
Caveat emptor, this was before they had the on-off valve. It would spray me when I'd bite the tube. Plus the taste and smell is forever a part of the bladder. :-)
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Caveat emptor, this was before they had the on-off valve. It would spray me when I'd bite the tube. Plus the taste and smell is forever a part of the bladder. :-)
same exact experience

BUT...

I do not think it is coincidence that the first main stream camebaks were 40 oz....

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