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Primo Bottling I: EZ-Cap

A bottle of beer is only as good as its contents. However, sharp packaging can make every bottle opening a bit more like Christmas. Here is a simple and easy option I used for my 140 Schilling Ale. EZ-Cap bottles: I simply sanitized and filled the 1 liter EZ-Cap bottles with my 140 Schilling. I then cut 10 inch labels that I printed on my computer on regular printer paper. Then, I folded each label in half, ran it through the bale and stapled as near the fold as I could.


The stickers served to keep the label in place and protect it from tearing and will also help to classify it laying on its side in the cellar. The stickers I used are glossy and slightly embossed. I think the quality of the sticker will determine the quality of classiness of the final display. The EZ-Caps were very easy and quick and look great. You would need 19 EZ-Cap liter bottles (2 cases, with 5 leftover bottles) for a typical 5 gallon batch of beer. Supplies: -One liter EZ-Cap Bottles -Printer paper -Stickers

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