Bottle Brush

$3.99

SKU# 7230

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This Bottle Brush is a homebrewer's brew cave must-have. It fits 12, 16, and 22 oz bottles, making it easy to remove and clean even the yuckiest of bottles!

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Beer Bottle Brush

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Fits 12, 16, and 22 oz bottles.

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Works great!
Works great and matches the description provided perfectly!
July 25, 2016
Bottle Brush
Works fine!
December 16, 2015
These work!
As Magnum says it's a metal shaft so they do rust a little. This not a problem. Yes the fit tight through the neck, but as he also said the bristles and rod WILL fit. Gently push it through the neck and you are in. I have bought several of these over the years. The reason? I misplace them. Sturdy and the best way to clean your bottles. If you rinse the bottles immediately,, after use you get no beer scum. Buy these and you will be happy you did!
August 24, 2011
Clean em up!
Does exactly what you would expect from a bottle brush. Works great!
November 12, 2013
works great
easy to use and does the job. gets rid of the hard to reach stuff.
January 2, 2014
Don't listen to the others
I have two of these brushes. Do not listen to to other users, here is why:So you brush got rusty? Big deal. It is metal, it got wet, it will rust. The rust will NOT in any way affect your beer. The only thing you should care about here is how well it scrubs the inside of a bottle. Seriously, this is the funnies complain I have ever heard in my life. Read: "I took steel and stuck it in water. It is now rusting, booo hoo, I am so mad". This is ridiculous as it may mislead others in to thinking this is a bad product. This product is excellent at what it is intended for. Not anywhere in the description did I see it hind at looking pretty. Rust will not at all in any way affect the way this product is used. Rust or not I have used mine with excellent results 30+ times. The other reviewer complaining about it being hard to get in the bottle. How do you suppose the bristles are long enough and stiff enough to scrub the inside?
July 15, 2011
Great tool for the new brewer
If you're doing bottle conditioning, this thing is going to be your next best friend. We have two brushes so we can power through 96+ bottles every bottling session and I can't imagine how much longer it would take, or how many cracked bottles we'd make without these brushes.
October 18, 2013
Good product with some caveats
This bottle brush works well, one or two brushes and the inside of most bottles stay clean. The key is to keep it clean and rinse it with every use (just like you should do with bottles).
July 12, 2013
These work!
I bought the 10g version and it's a bit much for the 5 gallon starter kits that I am playing with. But this will be a nice pot for years to come and I will grow from starter kits.This is a professional grade pot
August 24, 2011
Good product with some caveats
My first impression of the MegaPot was that was a big solid well crafted piece of gear. I suspect it will outlast me.I've now brewed 2 batches with this, and it is a great upgrade to the little 5-gallon hand-me-down pot I had been using. Both batches were extract kits, but the second I did as a full boil starting with 6.5 gallons of water - and there was plenty of space. Soon I will try to do a 5 gallon BIAB recipe, and I think this pot will be plenty big enough.The ball valve makes brew day so much easier, and I've had 0 problems with leaking. The gallon marks on the side are also a nice added touch.The only two small negatives I would list are:1. The thing is very heavy -which is a good thing in that it is solidly constructed, but it is hard to move when it is full of hot wort.2. You can't hang the lid from the handles - not a big deal but it would be nice.
July 12, 2013
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is the Shaft/Wire SS or Galvy?
T E on Dec 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: That shift is Galvanized
What is the width of the bristles? I just bought what my LHBS calls a standard bottle brush and it will not go any further than 1 inch in my older Amber colored Grolsch bottles. Any Reccomendations?
P A on Feb 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The brush is a total of 2" wide (diameter of brush), or if you prefer has 1" bristles (radius). Since I was not a great student in geometry, I had to verify that via google. The bottles I'm using are the ez-caps, and they appear to fit without any issue.

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