Liquor Bottle Pour Spouts?

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To put a spout in a liquor bottle, you just need to screw the spout in. Many liquor establishments use spouts in their bottles.
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In my personal opinion, they are not all the same. As a bartender, I like the metal pour spouts. It seems that they pour more steadily vs. the plastic type. I've experienced a
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Remove the cap and insert the pour spout. The pour spout must fit very
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Here: http://alcoholcontrols.com/pafrposp.html You can also get even larger spouts for 1800 and Cabo Wabo at the same site: http://alcoholcontrols.com/18frposp.html Hope this helps.
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I wouldn't get a pre-measured spout, because most mixed drinks call for differing amounts of liquor. What I would do is to go and get the standard free-pour spout and a Jigger/Pony
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