750 ml Belgian-style Beer Bottles - Crown Finish - Case of 12
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.
No matter how good NB packages the item, UPS or FEDEX will find a way to damage it.
bottles are excelent, however, it is very difficult to seal the caps on using a normal bottle capper due to the thickness of the neck. there were a couple times that I was worried that I would either break the bottle or spill it while capping them.
ordered from Kuwait and it was delivered within the week to my house, consistent follow up, great service and the products were flawless when they arrived.
This is mainly a customer service and packaging review. I thought I was being smart by ordering my bottles early. What would have been really smart was to open it as soon as I got it. Instead, I opened it on bottling day and found that instead of getting the 2 x 750 ml Belgian-style Beer Bottles - Crown Finish - Case of 12 I ordered, I actually had 2 x 750 ml Belgian-style Beer Bottles - Cork Finish - Case of 12. Even though the packing slip and all emails said crown. Upon seeing the order issue I notified Northern Brewer. They got back with me in 3-4 days and said they would send me what I ordered. And they did, or at least half of what I ordered. Then I had to send another email, and then wait another 3-4 days to be told they would send the rest. Back to bottling day I tried to find some way to save my batch. I ended up putting it into some Corona bottles and a few Gerolsteiner bottles. Half of it that is. The other 7.5 liters went down the drain. Cue 4.5 weeks later when I can try my beer I find it has exploded into shards and glass dust. Except for 1 bottle and the 3 Gerolsteiner plastic bottles. (Those are really tough bottles, highly recommend). Anyways. Be sure you have the right stuff before you even start brewing. You may lose a lot of beer if not. I have another batch going with the correct bottles and will see how they handle the pressure.
Swapped the plates on my bottle capper and everything was great... and fewer bottles to wash.