Mr. Beer Deluxe Beer Bottling System, 740-mL
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- Drink a home brew in as little as 14 days with this convenient brewer's essential set
- Includes eight 1-liter plastic PET bottles, caps, and labels
- Designed to provide everything needed to bottle a 2-gallon batch of beer
- Makes it easy to store and drink a home brew, to the delight of friends and family
- After a thorough cleaning and sanitizing, reuse the bottles time and again for additional batches of beer
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This convenient brewer's essential includes eight 1-liter plastic PET bottles, caps, and labels. Everything you need to "bottle" a two gallon batch of beer.
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First, I was amused by the title: Mr. Beer Deluxe Bottling System? Jeez, talk about dressing up a sow's ear into a silk purse. About like calling a ballpoint pen a 'deluxe manual writing instrument'. If you read the word 'system' and thinking there would be hoses, funnels or other stuff, you'd be wrong. Just 8 bottles, 8 caps and 8 lables. All joking aside, the bottles seem quite sturdy, and the caps fit nicely. I was a little amazed by the large size: 1 US quart each. That will be a big change for someone like me who is use to sipping beer 12 ounces at a time. But if I'm doing my math right, even these eight bottles won't be enough, since the Mr. Beer kegs hold 2 and 1/2 gallons. Need to have a couple of other bottles for the extra that will be left.
These PET bottles seem well-made and should work well, but I'll write a follow-up if necessary. I do want to add that I think these plastic bottles will work best for amateurs like me for the exact reason Mr. Beer explains in their manual: The second part of fermentation takes place in the bottle, when the brew self-carbonates. If you're using glass, it's almost impossible to tell if the beer has carbonated, unless you open it. But with the plastic, you just squeeze the bottle. Just like the 20 oz. bottles of soda you buy at the store, if the beer is fully carbonated (and under pressure), the bottle will be rock hard.
Hope this helps someone who may be thinking of getting these bottles. Yeah, glass may be more 'high class' but if you drop a glass bottle...or God forbid something goes wrong and the brew explodes out of the bottle, it'll only happen once. Plastic won't shatter like glass, so the safety factor alone is worth the money.