Beer Bottle Brush for cleaning

Beer Bottle Brush for cleaning

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This bottle brush design has stood the test of time.
This traditional design Beer Bottle Brush, is perfect for cleaning 12 to 22oz beer bottles. If there is any stuck-on residue or dust in the bottom of your bottles the rounded end of the brush will reach in and scrub it out! 
Includes circular metal loop for hanging. 
Bristles are 2.75" in diameter with an overall length of 16"
Item # CE30
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 0.13LBS
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Rickey on Jun 10, 2019
I wanted it
Robert P on Apr 26, 2019
Rickey on Jun 10, 2019
Scrub tank ports
Eric M on May 15, 2019
I wanted it
Robert P on Apr 26, 2019
seemed like it will work for me
Chibuike I on Jan 31, 2019
To clean out simple syrup bottles in home bar
Adam C on Jan 8, 2019
Need to clean beer bottles
William O on Nov 28, 2018
We are out of bottle cleaners.
Walter T on Sep 11, 2018
Love this brush for cleaning.
Christopher H on Aug 30, 2018
need one
John D on Apr 30, 2018
great deal
batman on Mar 23, 2018
To clean bottles
Jeffrey M on Mar 16, 2018
clean growlers
Todd G H on Mar 16, 2018
I thought I should pay more attention to cleanliness.
KEVIN GRAHAM on Feb 9, 2018
Scrub tank ports
Eric M on May 15, 2019
seemed like it will work for me
Chibuike I on Jan 31, 2019
I've found that some yeasts seem to leave a residue on the bottoms of bottles that doesn't rinse out with just simple rinsing and agitation. My experience with this style of brush is that there are only a few bristles that actually reach down to the bottom of the bottle, and they don't do a decent job of removing the residue. Cleaning the bottom seems to be the hard part. Is this brush better, and if so, why?
Roy Westerberg on May 7, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Roy, I keep my bottles in great shape by following a pattern of cleaning. After drinking home brew I rinse the bottle, hang it on the beer tree. Later I get several bottles and use my stainless steel bottle washer with very hot water. PBW is great for loosening sediment, 45 min soak. Rinse again then use the beer bottle brush for anything stubborn that won’t come clean. I usually spin it back and forth several times and have had very good results. If you are hoping this brush will clean your bottles w/o a good rinse and soak you will remain a skeptic.

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Bottle Brush
I bought this to replace the one I wore out. Hopefully this one lasts a long time too. By all means, it appears that it will.
January 31, 2019
7 months ago
Bottle Brush
I have a large assortment of bottles. I have found that 25 to 30% have mouths that I can barely jamb this brush into. On top of that it is a struggle to pull the brush back out. The rest work fine, but I am thinking I am going to have to sort and discard the tight ones. I have also thought of modifying the brush by trimming the bristles, but that would make it less efficient overall.
September 29, 2018
11 months ago
This thing works very well for cleaning my wine bottles. I straightened out the one in so I can put it into a cordless drill. So it makes Cleaning Out The Bottles really easy.
February 26, 2018
1 year ago
Works on Gunk
If you have old bottles that have not been rinsed after use, you will NEED one of these to make sure all the gunk is scrubbed out.
May 27, 2015
Simple sturdy brush for cleaning bottles
May 21, 2015
Great Wire Brush
This Brush is great for getting the stuck crud on the bottom of bottles. Heavy duty thick bristles that will get up any gunk or grime in those forgotten bottles. Would buy again.
May 23, 2013