12 oz. Beer Bottles - 24 Pack

$12.99

SKU# 47013

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Brown glass, for pry-off caps (sold separately), these 12 oz. beer bottles are our best seller and a homebrew must-have. They take a standard crown cap and are sold 24 per case.


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12 oz. Beer Bottles - 24 Pack

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The homebrew standard for bottles, these 12 oz. beer bottles are a requisite for storing and enjoying your homebrewed beer. Our 12 oz. beer bottles come 24 per case and take a standard crown bottle cap (not included). Ships in a cardboard case with dividers. Two cases will generally package a standard 5 gallon batch of home brew.

Plain and unmarked, these beer bottles are perfect for your next competition entry as well. Suitable for all beer, mead, and cider categories.

Be sure to see our wide selection of bottle cappers.

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April 3, 2016
They work as expected.
These are great because you don't have to waste time peeling off labels and adhesive. Just sanitize and go. They're nothing special, but the work as designed and that's all you can ask for from a plain brown bottle.
August 11, 2016
Bottles and bubbler at working well
Bottles are well
January 20, 2016
Beer bottles
Good product.
February 9, 2016
Top notch!
Excellent bottles at a reasonble price!
May 3, 2016
Bottles
Good packing
August 13, 2016
Great Bottles
Clean
January 21, 2016
Great
Good bottles nothing broken caps easy
October 14, 2015
12 oz Beer Bottles
I have ordered cases of these bottles many times and have never found even one broken or damaged bottle. I use them mainly for bottling my beer but they also work well for wine. Sometimes you only need to pour a glass or two of wine and these bottles are the perfect size.
January 21, 2016
All delivered and none broke
All delivered and none broke
May 30, 2016
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Do I need to use Star Sans on the new bottles? Do they need any extra cleaning before bottling?
T Y on Feb 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Tyler,

The new bottles probably aren't going to require any sort of scrubbing or soaking, but I would recommend rinsing them out with warm, clean water. That's probably going to be enough for cleaning. There may be some dust from the warehouse (though they usually stack the bottles upside down), and it wouldn't be too much effort to ensure they're rinsed clean. But they will definitely need to be sanitized, and for that my favorite product is star san.

Cheers!

Charles
will a red baron bottle capper be sufficient?
T A on Feb 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 12oz beer bottles will require a standard crown cap--any bottle capper that clamps a crown cap (pry off cap) onto the bottle will likely work out just fine.
do these bottles and caps require a capper to ensure the completion of the fermentation process?
T A on Feb 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes. You need to seal the bottles well as the last step. The capper assures a good seal before you let them rest and carbonate.
What is the weight of a bottle?
Robert K on Feb 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They are roughly 7 ounces each.
These bottles came in a box that is has the flaps sealed open. I'm giving these as a gift and I'm tempted to cut them so that I can seal and close the box to make it easier to wrap. What is the purpose of having the boxes sealed open and would I be compromising the integrity of the box for future use?
J A on Dec 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for contacting us! You absolutely can break those little parts stuck together and close the box. The nicest cleanest way to pack would be to close the flaps and then tape in place so its nice and flat. Or you can go over-under with the flaps. That is just how they come to us on the pallet and I am not sure why honestly - probably just to keep the flaps out of the way during shipping and storage. I hope this helps! Cheers! James J.
Where are these bottles made?
T H on Aug 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thomas,

These bottles come from a supplier located in Minnesota and they have production facilities throughout the US.
Can we order beer bottles through you with our label already on it? Thanks. Sharla
S R on Oct 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: We are not able to customize bottles before shipping. They would be shipped as plain brown bottles. I'm very sorry for any inconvenience

and let us know if you have any additional questions or concerns. -Tyler

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