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11-07-2004, 08:52
Anyone know of a source for good shipping boxes or containers for the bordeaux style bourbon bottles,(i.e. Stagg bottles). Looking for 6 or 12 bottles sizes.
UPS Stores won't ship alcohol so I'm looking to do it myself. Any info or suggestions appreciated.

11-07-2004, 09:15
See here:

or here:

Note that the Stagg bottle is taller than most. That could pose a problem with any of these.

11-07-2004, 11:35
I've had stagg-sized bottles shipped by Binny's in a three-bottle egg-carton type shell without trouble. I don't know where you can get them, though, other than placing an order with Binny's and reusing them. I also don't know if they have something better for larger quantities, since I've never ordered more than three bottles at a time from them.

11-07-2004, 13:38
Perhaps a PM to Ken Weber in regard to packaging the elegantly (but unusually) tall George T. Stagg bottles would yield helpful information.

Yours truly,
Dave Morefield

11-07-2004, 17:33
These Spirited Shipper (http://www.spiritedshipper.com/cgi-bin/store/agora.cgi?product=boxes) boxes are the best shippers, by far, that I have ever come across, especially for a 12 bottle case. Furthermore, they can be reused. The bottom section of styro shippers usually turns to worthless popcorn after a single shipment. Each bottle has a separate section, with a false bottom, so even if the box is dropped, the bottles are well cushioned.

11-07-2004, 18:17

Do the Spirited Shipper boxes, which appear to come in two models (normal and "magnum"), readily accomodate both the GTS/ERSB (i.e. tall) bottles and the squat chubby ones (e.g., Blantons, ORVW, etc.)?

Yours truly,
Dave Morefield

11-07-2004, 23:41
I received two bottles of Stagg in one of these six bottle styled containers and they fit perfectly. I liked it much better than the eggcarton containers I got from Binnys in that there was a much more rigidity to the box with all the extra cardboard that fix snugly against each other. It gave it an almost armored feeling.

11-08-2004, 06:41
The regular cartons accommodate bottles up to 3 5/8" in diameter and 15 1/2" tall. The magnum cartons take bottles up to 5" in diameter and 16" tall.