DetailsColor code your homebrew! We have caps in all the colors of the rainbow. Ok, maybe not, but we do have them in black, yellow, orange, green, red, white, blue, and even old glory for all of you patriotic homebrewers. They’re fun and add that little extra bit of excitement to your brew. Plus they make it easy to find what you’re looking for when you’re digging through that packed fridge or cooler. “Hey Joe, you want an IPA? Grab a red one. Bob, you like stout right? That's the black one.”
Bottle cap colors to choose from: gold, red, orange, yellow, green, aqua blue, white, black and U.S. Flag.
SKUs 41170, 41186, 41187, 41188, 41189, 41190, 41191, 41192, 41193
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4.6 / 5.029 ReviewsDon't waste your moneyI bought the gold caps and after I capped a batch I noticed several of the bottles were not carbonated. I checked the fit and the caps were not fitting straight over the lip of the bottle like other caps I've used in the past. I even tried three different cappers with the same result. Could have been a bad batch, but losing several bottles of brew is not worth taking a chance.April 28, 2015Bottle CapsUsed these in the past and they worked fine, but the new caps I ordered this time would not go on strait. Had to recap 11 out of 22 bottles. Very disappointed! I will try another brand.July 27, 2015Generally Good ProductI've used these caps with varying degrees of success over the past three years. For some reason, the brightly colored caps do not seal well on the bottles. On at least three occasions I've had to remove 5-6 caps and replace them with regular gold or the US flag caps which do great. With the bright colors, I was able to easily turn the caps on the bottles...not so with the gold and Old Glory. I use the same capper with everything but these colored ones just don't want to seal?May 13, 2016Great customer serviceAlways enjoy communicating with the Midwest employees. They are very helpful.March 19, 2016Great capsI've yet to get a bad seal. Have them in several colors and will continue to purchase these. Great product and really can't go wrong with these. Would love if they came in a "multi colored" option where you could split the 120 down to 20-30 of a color up to the 120 count and relayed to support so maybe we'll see that in the future if it's logistically possible! Would be good for those doing small scale!February 1, 2016I haven't used the bottleI haven't used the bottle caps yet, but our first brew was Front Porch Pale Ale and it was a hit! All our friends agreed that it was a great tasting, high quality beer. We can't wait to begin our next batch, this time of the Drunken Farmer. Midwest is awesome!March 20, 2016esmelkoFantastic product just as described.January 13, 2016Great caps for beer bottlesWork great for bottling beer. Havent had one leak.January 17, 2017Purchased
2 weeks agoI bought the pack of green bottle caps (my husband's favorite color) and loved how cheap they were! My husband is having fun bottling everything from sparkling water to juices.January 6, 2017Purchased
1 month agoSmall batch brewingThis is just the thing for the micro brew kits that produce 8 beers. You get enough caps to identify many different kits. And then make them again, and still have some colors left over.February 2, 2014
- Customer Q&A
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 6 answersWhy are these packaged in lots of 120? If a 5 gallon batch of beer uses around 50 caps for 12 oz bottles, wouldn't it make more sense to sell these in lots of 150?BEST ANSWER: A 5-gallon batch can even be stretched further, on occasion, meaning that two 5-gallon batches might require between 100 and 105 caps.
I find that the extra caps are useful for later batches, since I wind up with enough caps for another batch of beer with all motley caps at the end.These caps say they are for 16oz bottles. Just wondering if they will work on 12oz bottles as well?BEST ANSWER: I don't know why it says that, these are standard caps that will work on most all American beer bottles, 12 oz, 16 oz, 22 oz. I will see about having that amended. Thanks, Mike W, Midwest SuppliesCan these caps be used on commercial bottles that had screw-on lids?BEST ANSWER: I tried one on a screw top bottle (water inside instead of beer) and it didn't leak with a lot of shaking and sitting around upside down. Next batch, I'll try one with beer inside and let you know how it does under carbonation pressure.