"Delmar", the graphics on the bottles are also awesome :-) I did make a stove once using a small labratory Pyrex container and 3 tubular borosilicate pot supports extending out from the body of the stove. The tubes had fiberglass wicks in them. The wicks overhung the tops of the tubes and were ignited to put the fire to the pot bottom. I think I've made every imaginable stove within the backpacking comunity. :-)
"Erik", I can understand where you're coming from :-) In my drinking days I would buy beer by the quart for the best price. :-)
When I was in the service stationed in France my beer of choice was Heineken in the bottle. I was also introduced to room temperature beer in Germany and England. Dark, heavy beers were interesting but hard to get used to. Todays Micro-Brewery beers are really getting popular.
The Heineken Keg is what started the light weight aluminum trend for backpacking....a dual purpose can of sorts.
Aluminum and Titanium. The color of titanium reminds me of the colors seen in the Army.....blah!!!
Now when we look at aluminum we see: