I have lots and lots of 2.2 gallon bags that are commercially used for the wine in a box. They are brand new, and I would presume sterile on the inside. Each one has an easy to use spigot and a cap that pops off for easy filling. I have used them to store grains as well as water. If they are used for grain they still need to be placed in a rodent-proof container. These bags are very strong and durable. We take them backpacking and get about 30 hikes out of each one. We once filled one with water and had a 120 pound person (very carefully) stand on the bag. The spigot didn't pop off and the bag did not pop or leak. I would NOT recommend using them to stand on, but they are very durable. They are perfect for backpacking because there is not dead space as you use whatever product you place inside; simply squeeze the air out to take up very minimal space. This makes them perfect for bug-out bags. We fill ours and store them under our house in an old bed liner. They freeze during the winter, but being only 2 gallons you can move them around easy enough that you can bring them in to thaw. We have over 500 (1000 gallons) that are easy to access and can be carried by small children. For the smaller children we fill many of them only half-way to make them lighter and easier to carry. I don't need anyone to tell me this is wrong, but I have had some of these stored with water in them under my house for over 10 years and the water tastes great even now. I know...I need to rotate!!! I would be more than willing to trade these for items, or I would sell them $.50 per bag plus shipping. I will see how many can fit in a flat rate box tomorrow or the next day if there is any interest. This is a photo pf a very SIMILAR bag, the spigot looks a little different: Like putting all your eggs in one basket, I don't recommend not having alternate water storage. These can be punctured, but they are cheap and handy and versatile and I have LOTS of them to get rid of. If you buy in larger quantity, let's say 200 or more, I will give you 20% off, but you will need to pay actual shipping plus $2.00 handling. Get together with your local friends and neighbors and take orders for them. I don't care if you make the extra $.10 on them, or charge more if you want. They make great gifts for all of your "with-it" friends and relatives. I mailed a bunch to my Californian brother for Christmas; he loved it. They are always looking for a better earthquake-proof water storage option. When I determine the amount of water these hold, I always calculate it at a flat 2 gallons. The manufacturer states they hold 2.2 gallons. I fill mine quite full but I think it's nearly impossible to not spill a little when replacing the spigot. I'm sure it can be done, but I don't stress over a couple of ounces when I am not relying on the extra .2 gallons. I would rather round down and have extra of everything. I want you to make sure you know the manufacturers claim; I never measured, I guess I should weigh it empty and with water and I could come pretty close to knowing exactly. That's not my OCD thing! It would be very easy to construct a tabletop dispenser for these as they were made to dispense wine from a cardboard box. The spigot is drip-free in all my years of experience using them. I will accept, aside from barter items, PayPal (you pay the fees), but I prefer USPS money orders. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. As I specified, the photo provided is NOT the actual bag but one very similar.