If there’s one word that is seldom immediately associated with beer, that word is “share.” Bottles of wine are by their very nature shared, since to do otherwise would seem both selfish and seriously intoxicating, but ask someone to share a bottle of beer and you will most likely be met with a look of incredulity.Unless the bottle of beer is both the size and strength of a bottle or two of wine—or even four bottles of wine.Welcome to the world of large-format beer bottles, drinks designed ...

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