DetailsAs homebrewers, we understand that empty bottles are the temples which once housed a carefully crafted batch of brew and will continue to do so for many beers to come. While they are waiting to be filled with the next delicious batch of liquid, FastRack gives your bottles the respect they deserve- keeping them safe, clean and dry. And by taking up one third of the space and far less time, FastRack lets you craft more brews from start to finish.
Because your unfilled bottles deserve to be treated better than empties.
The FastRack starter setup can accomodate the following bottle types:
48 (24 per rack) – Standard Bottles – 12oz (330ml – 375ml)
24 (12 per rack) – Bomber Bottles – 22oz (650ml)
24 (12 per rack) – Belgian Style Bottles – 22oz (650ml)
Catalog SKUs 41124 (Starter System) 41122 (FastRack rack) and 41123 (FastRack tray)
- Details & Instructions
4.6 / 5.038 ReviewsGood but expensiveI have 2 and they are a lot better than the bottle tree,_x000D_Its a neat concept but rather expensive for what it is._x000D_For half the price it would be a good deal._x000D_July 31, 2013Great concept, executed well!First off, this product works exactly as advertised. Simple design means there's not much to go wrong! I've seen a couple odd complaints about this product. For one thing, not all the bottles need to be the same height. The four tallest bottles need to be the same size, and these bottles should be placed at the 4 corners, where the supports sit on the lower bottles. The other bottles can be whatever configuration you can fit. For another, it does NOT work with reclosable "Grolsch-style" bottles. I didn't really expect it would, but I'm just getting it out there._x000D__x000D_I like the product, and will be picking up some more trays soon. A bottle-cleaning spray insert would make this tray even better. Still, it does what it says it does, so I'm not marking it down for what it does not do.July 20, 2013ExpensiveThe trays itself are meh to ok, but configuration as sold (2 racks and one dripping pan) sucks. The racks once filled with bottles don't hold together steady and they don't stack up. Very wobbly. If buying i would recommend buying additional pans for each rack. Also don't think they 're worth 33 dlls.January 17, 2016Response from Midwest SuppliesI'm sorry to hear you are having some issues getting the racks stacked. If you are still having problems please give us a call and we'd be happy to help you!November 2, 2016Midwest SuppliesSounds Good But...This seems like a GREAT idea, and it actually is, but... The home brewer can easily accomplish the same goal using milk crates for a fraction of the cost, and not only that, but milk crates are not only sturdier, but can be stacked safely MUCH higher than this cutesy rip-off. Considering the cost differential, I give this product a 3 out of 10.July 10, 2013Fantastic for racking up clean beer bottles to dryThis is a simple way to rack beer bottles for trying. There is no problem cleaning it after use.February 4, 2017Purchased
1 year agoLOVE THESE!I couldn't wait for these to arrive. Before I was able to wash and store bottles in the FastRack, they sat in empty six-pack containers, grocery bags, whatever... clanking around. Now my bottles are clean and safely stored waiting to be filled. So thrilled with this that I bought 2 kits...July 25, 2013good for 12 ounce bottlesThe rack is compact and easy to flip and move around. Its convenient that the bottles can dry in it and no dust gets in. Put the 4 tallest bottles (need to be teh same length) in the corners. Swing tops wont fit.September 12, 2013fast rack beer bottle drying & storageits great just what i need for my brewing system it works great for my 12 oz and the other size bottlesFebruary 1, 2016WORKS AND SAVES SPACEGETTING RID OF MY RED BOTTLE TREE. THIS IS THE REAL DEAL. A REAL SPACE SAVER AND STABLE.November 24, 2016Purchased
1 year agoI like theseI get dirty bottles from the junk yard and clean them in bulk. These fast racks are useful for drying them, and then storing them. I could use a bottle tree, but this is more compact. For a piece of molded plastic its rather spendy.October 30, 2013
- Customer Q&A
Browse 5 questions Browse 5 questions and 8 answersHow many racks can you stack together?would this drying rack work for 64oz growlers?BEST ANSWER: Sort of, but not the best choice for 64 oz growlers. You can fit a few, but they will lean some due to the handle near the top. Maybe Midwest Supplies can make a growler version of the Fast Rack.Could it dry 1 or 2 oz boston round bottles?BEST ANSWER: Fast Rack could be used for these types of bottles. The diameter at top of rack is approx 1 1/2 " tapering down slightly. Short-necked bottles may require carefully handling. Stacking racks may be an issue.Will these racks accomodate the 15.2 oz. Grolsh flip top bottles???BEST ANSWER: The wine bottle one might be better for that use, and you'd still likely need to remove the wire bails from the bottles. -Mike W, Midwest SuppliesCan you place this rack in the oven at 250 -300 degree F?