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    For the lid of a heine pot I use either the lid off of the lifesaver mints or the round altoid sours tins.
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    have you checked in Food Lion or Kroger or whatever major supermarket is in your area? Around here in Central VA that's is where I find the 24 ounce Heini cans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hog On Ice View Post
    have you checked in Food Lion or Kroger or whatever major supermarket is in your area? Around here in Central VA that's is where I find them.
    Take HOI's advice he is the master of heine pots at least that is what Zelph and Skidsteer say on bplite.com.
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    Ok will do with the Altoid tin top. Thanks. Just need some cans. I've looked in 4 counties and no one sells the heineken mini kegs. It make me sad

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnkngxt View Post
    Ok will do with the Altoid tin top. Thanks.
    I have read some where that to make the altoid tin lid seal tight around the top some people will use on of the silicone bracelets around the rim.
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    I'm willing to pay for the beer you can drink it and then send me the can. Cutting off the top would be appreciated.

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    ok... I need to show my ignorance. I am assuming the "heine pot" is a beer can pot... but just exactly which can and how big is it? I'm not sure I see the value in a pot that's a cut down 12 oz beer can. Even as heavy duty as the hiene cans are.

    hehe... I should have waited... never mind


    Now I'd need to find someone to help me drink the beer. For a Babdis clergy that is not always an easy thing to do.
    I may be slow... But I sure am gimpy.

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    Its the Heineken Mini Keg. It looks like a little keg, best way to describe it. It works best with alcohol stoves due to the curvature of the bottom which helps keep it centered on the supports for my Starlyte. I don't cook in my pots much these days and only need to boil water, so the benefits are SUL weight savings and a more stable heating container for my water.

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    I use the 24oz heine keg can.
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