The codes were created by the Electronic Industries Association (EIA) in 1920s to identify the product source and date of manufacture.
The first string of numbers is usually the part number, or sometimes the pot value.
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So a pot stamped 1377833 is a CTS pot made in the 33rd week of 1978.
Note that this does not mean a Muff with a 1978 pot was actually made in 1978, it just means it was not made much earlier than 1978.
If you freeze a perishable item, it doesn’t matter what date is stamped on the product, because foods kept frozen are safe indefinitely.
No, but not because there’s much resistance on the part of brewers, retailers or the Brewers Association, an advocacy group for smaller, independent breweries.
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The aisles of my local distributor are a lesson in beer buying: rows of six packs and bombers grouped by region, inviting your taste buds to globetrot. Some bottles have gathered several seasons’ worth of dust. With beer styles that do not improve with time, sitting around that long is death for flavor.