A handy tip for those incubating cultures of bacteria.
Bruichladdich comes in a tin that Petri dishes fit into. It's a cheap and efficient candle-jar for those low-oxygen beasties and it's narrower than a commercial anaerobic jar. (By cheap, I mean it's effectively free because I buy the whisky anyway. If you don't like whisky but need such a container, I'm sure I can find a way to dispose of the contents for you.)
If you work for someone else, you might need to be able to rapidly explain why your incubators appear to be full of whisky. You might also need to be prepared to prove that you're not.
Don't forget to stock up before Eyebrows hikes the duty.