Corks: Belgian Beer Bottles - 30 count

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SKU# 40210

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Quality corks are the authentic finish for your handcrafted Belgian-style beer! For use with our 750 ml Belgian-style beer bottles or with our 750 ml Green Champagne Bottles. Requires a floor or bench corker for insertion. Use with hooded wires for Belgian Beers or Champagne Bottles.

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Cork - Belgian Beer Bottles - 30 count

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The authentic finish for your handcrafted Belgian-style beer! For use with our 750 ml Belgian-style beer bottles or with our 750 ml Green Champagne Bottles. Requires a floor or bench corker for insertion; we have found it helpful to use a drilled #6.5 or 7 stopper as a spacer over the corker's plunger to leave about half of the cork outside the bottle lip. Use with hooded wires for Belgian Beers or Champagne Bottles.

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Very Nice Product
Have used these for several cases and work well!
February 15, 2013
Very Nice Finished Look
I recently used these for a Belgian double that I purchased from NorthernBrewer. I could not be happier with finished look and performance of these. A must if you are looking for that authentic look. I used the Portuguese Floor Corker to install with ease.
April 28, 2011
Class Up Your Bottles
I've used these for 4 batches of Belgian Dubbel over the past 2 years and no complaints. Great way to make your bottles look better, especially if you're going to give someone your home brew as a gift.
September 29, 2013
REF is the only cork to use!
Over the past several years, I've tried packaging my Belgian-style biers with corks offered by 3 or 4 different manufacturers. The Reference cork seems to provide the best consistency. If it doesn't have an 'REF' on the cork, I won't chance it! These are simply the best sealing corks I've found.
December 11, 2011
Works great with Colonna bench capper
Worked great bottling about 29 bottles of Belgians with the Colonna bench capper. Great looking results when combined with the Beglian wire bails.
November 17, 2013
They work fine
These are for use with Belgian bottles and Belgian corks. I’ve never had a problem with one, and I’ve used hundreds.
October 5, 2015
Great corks
These are great corks, they have a higher grain count than similar Belgian beer corks.
September 15, 2013
Good Seal... Too Good Actually
The corks are durable, make a good seal, and are easy to insert into Belgian bottles with my Portugese corker. The problem comes when you try to take them out. Even with a well carbed beer inside, I couldn't remove the corks without using a pair of pliers. I don't know if NB has recently changed their supplier, but these corks don't have REF on the side as others have mentioned... Perhaps that's the reason, but I don't know.
March 10, 2015
Not a REF cork!
These are not REF corks and don't come out of the bottle by hand. You have to use pliers to get them out even with a super carbonated beer.Northern Brewer, Please get the REF corks back!!!
March 8, 2016
Response from Northern Brewer
Hi Nathan,

Thanks for filling out a review. I'm sorry that you had a poor experience with these corks. If you'd like to contact us, we can work to resolve this issue for you.
November 21, 2016
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Waste of Money
Lousy quality. VERY lousy quality. I have 5 gallons of a Belgian Tripel in secondary ready to be bottled and corked in 2 weeks, (which is why I bought these). I tried to do as much research as I could before hand. I read all the horror stories of people having to chip corks out in pieces, use pliers, or cut them off and use a cork screw because of cheap quality. The problem I ran into is try to find someone in the home brew supply industry that knows anything about Belgian corks. One of the LHBS in my area (Phoenix, AZ), tried to tell me that champagne corks were the same thing. Another LHBS told me that the only difference was that Belgian corks come with that mushroom shape on top and champagne corks are straight. So I took a chance and went with Northern Brewer. I did 3 test bottle today - 2 of them the corks ripped just taking them out of the floor corker. [img]http://i.imgur.com/C6evf0O.jpg[/img]
February 17, 2016
Response from Northern Brewer
Hi Marc,

Thanks for filling out a review. I'm sorry that you had a poor experience with the Belgian corks. There is a tendency for some of the floor corkers to pull on the corks as they're being released. It appears that this is what caused the damage to your corks. The Italian floor corker is a little more delicate and does not have this problem. I apologize for the inconvenience and frustration. If you'd like to contact us, we would be happy to work on a resolution for you.
November 21, 2016
Northern Brewer N
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What are the dimensions of these corks?
C B on Jul 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They measure 25.5mm diameter x 44mm long

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