375 ml Belgian-style Beer Bottles - Crown Finish (Case of 12)

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Bottle your Belgians authentically! These premium Belgian-style beer bottles are used by several top-notch breweries that work in the Belgian style. A high-quality bottle suitable for highly carbonated beers, and undeniably classy. Use with standard crown caps, works best with a bench capper. 12 per case.

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SKU 40819

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
85%
(28)
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Eric W.
One of a kind!

Love these bottles, use them for all my Belgians to feel comfortable with 3+ volumes of CO2. Never had an issue with them.

B
Bernard K.

375 ml Belgian-style Beer Bottles - Crown Finish (Case of 12)

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BigD
Don't break!

I broke a 'normal' bottle bought from NB last time with my Red Baron. I definitely could have hurt myself (squeezed too hard). So I bought these for insurance and they are built like a tank! Will be slowly buying them to replace current set.

j
john Y.J.
Belgian-style Beer Bottles

I have bought a total of 96 Belgian-style Beer Bottles. I did this because I've been brewing some Trippels and other recipes that have a high CO2 volume; well over 3.0. Although I'm patient enough to take serial Sp. Gr. readings to make sure fermentation is complete, the thicker bottles gives me peace of mind and of course they are recommended when bottling with higher CO2 volumes. The only con is I like the FastRack system when cleaning/ readying my bottles. The Belgian-style Beer Bottles have a lip that doesn't fit properly in a FastRack. I contacted FastRack and they told me they have no intention of accommodating Belgian-style Beer Bottles in the near future. Although tedious, I used Forster bits and widened the holes and still maintained the FastRack integrity. So all is good!

C
Customer
Nice and Heavy

I've gotten into brewing Belgian Dark Strong Ales which are more highly carbonated so to prevent bottle bombs, I purchased these bottles. Five boxes of 12 -- not the cheapest thing to do but I plan on brewing these relatively often so it is worth it to me. I like the look of this bottle and it is definitely thicker. I also bought the Northern Brewer Red winged capper and reversed the plates so there's enough clearance to cap with regular crown caps. They fit perfectly. In my last 5 gallon batch, only one was not well carbonated so I am guessing it was a bum cap or a bum job on my part.

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375 ml Belgian-style Beer Bottles - Crown Finish (Case of 12)

375 ml Belgian-style Beer Bottles - Crown Finish (Case of 12)

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
85%
(28)
9%
(3)
0%
(0)
6%
(2)
0%
(0)
E
Eric W.
One of a kind!

Love these bottles, use them for all my Belgians to feel comfortable with 3+ volumes of CO2. Never had an issue with them.

B
Bernard K.

375 ml Belgian-style Beer Bottles - Crown Finish (Case of 12)

B
BigD
Don't break!

I broke a 'normal' bottle bought from NB last time with my Red Baron. I definitely could have hurt myself (squeezed too hard). So I bought these for insurance and they are built like a tank! Will be slowly buying them to replace current set.

j
john Y.J.
Belgian-style Beer Bottles

I have bought a total of 96 Belgian-style Beer Bottles. I did this because I've been brewing some Trippels and other recipes that have a high CO2 volume; well over 3.0. Although I'm patient enough to take serial Sp. Gr. readings to make sure fermentation is complete, the thicker bottles gives me peace of mind and of course they are recommended when bottling with higher CO2 volumes. The only con is I like the FastRack system when cleaning/ readying my bottles. The Belgian-style Beer Bottles have a lip that doesn't fit properly in a FastRack. I contacted FastRack and they told me they have no intention of accommodating Belgian-style Beer Bottles in the near future. Although tedious, I used Forster bits and widened the holes and still maintained the FastRack integrity. So all is good!

C
Customer
Nice and Heavy

I've gotten into brewing Belgian Dark Strong Ales which are more highly carbonated so to prevent bottle bombs, I purchased these bottles. Five boxes of 12 -- not the cheapest thing to do but I plan on brewing these relatively often so it is worth it to me. I like the look of this bottle and it is definitely thicker. I also bought the Northern Brewer Red winged capper and reversed the plates so there's enough clearance to cap with regular crown caps. They fit perfectly. In my last 5 gallon batch, only one was not well carbonated so I am guessing it was a bum cap or a bum job on my part.