Dug a Slug plate Pepsi

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Still

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How many of you ever dug a slug plate Pepsi? I was incredibly surprised by this. Sadly tis broken
I have more great finds from this weekend but I think this deserves its own posting
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I don't think I've dug one? Congrats. LEON.
 

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Cool find! I suspect it's not a true Pepsi bottle though, probably a "flavour bottle" for the other, non-branded drinks bottled by the Burlington Pepsi franchise. Though if it's early enough who knows, I'm not sure how standardized the early Pepsi bottles were.
 

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Crown top my bad
I've noticed most bottle diggers on youtube, especially in the South, find alot of Hutchinson style and crown top soda bottles. In contrast here in NYC old soda bottles are quite rare, I mostly find beer bottles instead. The only old soda bottles I typically find are Clicquot Club bottles from the 1920's, this soda was popular here, but the bottles are plain and boring looking. Beer was way more popular than soda here, in fact I believe NYC had the most breweries in the whole county back then. I need to study more about sodas and get down to Alabama one day to find some good ones.
 

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