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90 Bottle Drying Tree with Rotating Base

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90 Bottle Drying Tree with Rotating Base

SKU: 7240

This 90 bottle tree with rotating base simplifies the bottling process. When you drain a bottle of your beer or wine, rinse it out and put it on this rack. The bottle tree keeps bottles inverted so that they will drain completely into the tray at the bottom of the unit.
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This 90 bottle tree with rotating base simplifies the bottling process. When you drain a bottle of your beer or wine, rinse it out and put it on this rack. The bottle tree keeps bottles inverted so that they will drain completely into the tray at the bottom of the unit.

When it comes time to bottle, you can fill the optional Bottle Rinser (Sulfiter) with sanitizer or sulfite solution to sanitize your bottles.
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Height 36"
Diameter 16"

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A great space saver
I have 4 of these, that I keep 100+ Grolsch bottles, 72 Cobalt, 72 Clear, and 72 brown swing-tops, plus an assortment of 12 ounce bottles. Its a fantastic way for me to organize my bottle collection, and because its out in the open, I can see whats available.
May 18, 2013
Sturdy product - very handy
This product is pretty heavy-duty...much more substantial than you might expect, but yes it is still plastic. The nice thing is that each tier of prongs is removable. I rarely bottle 90 at a time, so I just attach the first 6 tiers (totaling 54 prongs) and it's about perfect for a 5-gallon batch...although I suppose there's no harm in attaching all of the tiers and just not using some. With roughly 40-50 bottles attached, I didn't have any problems with the tree rotating.
May 19, 2013
The best way to store swing top bottles
A great way to store bottles, especially swing tops. I have hundreds of swing top bottles (Green, Brown, Clear, Blue) that make it easy to tell what beer is in what bottle. The tree is perfect for holding them. I suggest not exceeding the 90 bottle limit by adding additional rows from other trees, else the whole thing can topple (it happened to me)
September 9, 2013
Good if you bottle
The tree is great for bottlers._x000D__x000D_I get bottles in bulk and mass clean them then stick them on the tree to dry. They are ready on bottling day, where I sanitize them again. The tree is compact and let me know how many I have.
November 14, 2013
Good storage for swing top bottles
The swing top bottles are harder to store because the top gets in the way and you can't use a Fast Rack. The tree is perfect and holds my entire bottle supply.
December 26, 2013
Bottle inventory
What I like best about the tree is I can plainly see how many bottles I have and at bottling time I can sanitize them and put them back on to dry.
January 26, 2014
Keeps my bottles organized
I usually have lots of different sized bottles since I get them from all over._x000D_I can arrange them by size to make bottling day easier and not have to change the bench capper setting.
February 25, 2014
Organizer
I have a large collection of EZ swing top bottles._x000D_I sanitize them after using and put them back on the tree._x000D_When its bottling time I have a whole supply ready to go, no time needed to gather and clean them. This tree lets me keep all my bottles together, in plain sight. _x000D_Its more convenient than boxes of bottles on a shelf.
March 30, 2014
This was a Christmas gift
As this was a gift I cannot give a review
January 3, 2016
You cant go wrong with this tree!
Very hardy, stable tree. I use it when brewing multiple batches (3 batches in 22oz bottles) at the same time. I'm gonna through a fit if we can't use this as our Christmas tree this year.
May 11, 2011
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I am buying one of these for a gift which one is the preferred drying tree, the stationary one or the rotating one?
B A on Nov 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I personally like the stationary one better

it just seems more stable. I don't see the need to have it rotate. I'd recommend the stationary one.

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