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  1. #1
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    DY is what pepsi's bottling plant? And what pepsi plant's do 10oz and 12oz pepsi in glass containers?

  2. #2
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    No Pepsi bottler still bottles 12oz. I still have a few from Davenport's last run. I saved a full bottle from the 1940's, 1950's, 1962, 1963-1972, 1973-1990, & one dated 2002. (They each had a diffrent design) I won't open them. I swear they were the best Pepsi bottler there was. A whole case of 24 bottles was only $3.99 plus deposit in 2002 before they shut down. Besides this they used Sugar Cane in their products. Their Mountain Dew Bottles were full of floaters, you could see the pulp. I have not seen any one-way 10oz around the mid-west or mid-east. Memphis, MO still does returnable 10oz Pepsi, Diet Pepsi & Mt. Dew, but only if you bring empties to the bottling company.

    [ 06-28-2004, 11:22 PM: Message edited by: bigrich ]

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    DY is probably PepsiAmerica's production facility in Dayton, Ohio.

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    dyersburg, tn maybe??

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    Could be. There is an indie Pepsi/Dr Pepper bottler there. Dayton was the first that popped into my head.

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    I believe Pepsi Americas always uses _G as codes. Indianapolis is GG, Muenster is BG, etc. I believe the G stands for General. They used to be Pepsi-Cola General Bottlers.

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    I believe Pepsi Americas always uses _G as codes. Indianapolis is GG, Muenster is BG, etc. I believe the G stands for General. They used to be Pepsi-Cola General Bottlers.

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