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Beer Bottles - 22 oz. (Case of 12)
B320

Beer Bottles - 22 oz. (Case of 12)

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Traditional 22 oz longneck beer bottles, often referred to as "beer bomber bottles", take standard crown caps (26 mm).  12 bottles per case, with dividers. These bomber bottles are thicker and darker than most other bottles, offering better protection against UV rays and preventing your beer from becoming lightstruck.  These bottles are used by the likes of Stone, Speakeasy, Drakes, Knee Deep and even Anheuser Busch.  

The displacement caused by a 3/8" bottle filler (B411) leaves the perfect amount of headspace in your bottle.  Significantly reduce your bottling time by switching from 12 oz bottles to 22 oz bottles. Two cases of this classic beer bottle will house a standard 5 gallon batch of homebrew (you may need an extra bottle or two if you ended up with a full five gallons).  Fits all standard (26 mm) pry-off and universal style crown caps.

Don't forget your bottle caps. We stock over 10 different colors and styles of crown caps! Skip labelling your bottles by identifying them with colored crown caps.

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Item # B320
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 12 LBS
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broken bottles...
I took away a star for every bottle that was broken.
2/5 Stars - means 3 Bottles broken out of 24 bottles purchased.
Overall... the bottles are good quality....(I'm excited to fill the 21 that survived)... However, here is my frustration. They didn't qualify for "free shipping" ... so I had to pay roughly $11 in shipping... (compared to my typical Free Shipping on $59+ purchases)... and the irony is it was probably the worst ship job I've seen from More beer (so I actually paid for crappy S&H) Bottles broken, glass was in the box, glass was inside the other bottles... it was an odd ball shaped box. It took me way to much time to clean up all the shards of glass... in the big scheme of things - not worth it. If I had a chance to go do it all over again.. I'd just go buy the beer at the store, drink it and clean it out with PBW and StarSan. So again, good quality bottles... but good luck on S&H (you're going to need it)
August 1, 2017
Best Price and So Close to Home
I am glad I have a MoreBeer in my neighborhood, as trying to ship bottles is expensive. The bottles are great, and I love the guys at the counter, and being able to talk to them about my next project.
May 27, 2015
solid stuff
Let's face it, you need bottles, even if you're a kegger like me. Contests, trips away, gifts for friends - you can't move everything in a keg. These bottles are solid. I had a dozen newly-filled (using my counter-pressure filler) and capped on my garage floor when an accidental sweep of a beer line knocked them down like bowling pins. Cement floor. None broke.

I prefer the larger sizes because nobody every drinks 12 oz, right?
May 12, 2015
Great Bottles
I ordered three cases of these and they arrived in great condition. These bigger bottles make bottling beer much easier.
May 6, 2015
Time saver when you need 'em quick
I needed a case for a batch and though I gave it a shot, I could not drink enough commercial beers to save the bottles for the afternoon's bottling. Clean & ready to go fit the bill.
May 6, 2015
They Work
Benefits include;
-will hold your beer
-will carbonate your beer
-will protect from light damage
-great for the environment (reusable)
May 5, 2015
If you're going to bottle, use 22 oz. bottles...
When I first started out, I bottled. It didn't take too long for me to learn that I didn't like bottling. Then I moved into kegging.
If you're starting out, and funds are tight, use 22oz. bottles. You get the job done in far fewer bottles. And let's face it, if you're a homebrewer, a 22oz. is a good size for one or two people.
A side effect of using larger bottles, is there is less dropout/yeast residue over all, and you don't need to carry as many bottles to the club meeting or picnic.
May 5, 2015
Great Bottles!
I know its cheaper to clean commercial beer bottles you drink but I have OCD and ALL of my brews must look the same. I know, I'm crazy right. But its also great to age the brews in the box they come in too!
May 22, 2014
Nice bottles
Not much to say here. Great bottle at a good price.
May 2, 2014
Great for sharing!
A 12oz bottle is great for one person, but for doing tastings a 22oz bottle is great. These are clean and uniform.
May 29, 2013