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 / 5.044 ReviewsI use the different colors as simple label's for different batches
of beer, I really like the O2 absorbing caps better.December 3, 2018Purchased
1 month agoNo reason to get anything else."antioxidant" caps are totally unnecessary; I've kept imperial stouts and mead in the bottle for several years with no ill effects. Unless you have strange needs, just get these and rest easy.December 2, 2018Purchased
1 year agoNovember 28, 2018Purchased
6 months agoNovember 8, 2018Purchased
2 months agoOnce again, a go-to when needed to package small quantities in our brewery.November 2, 2018Purchased
7 months agoAmerican Flags FTWGreat feeling when you hand out your homemade beer or cider and the bottle has an American flag cap on it! Everyone loves them as they are a big hit around the summer holidays. The cap is quite sturdy and could almost be used more than once.September 3, 2018Purchased
7 months agoBottle caps -- what you'd expectThese are a whole bunch of bottle caps. I bought this, and didn't need any more for about a year (brewing once every two months or so). Your mileage may vary.
You get exactly what you expect -- a lot of bottle caps that work well. No issues with loss of pressure or contamination. Solid bottle caps.June 14, 2018Purchased
over 2 years agoCaps work great!Caps worked great! They went on effortlessly with the capper I had. The beer bottled was well carbonated when done. Good product! Highly recommendedMay 17, 2018Purchased
7 months agoYup they’re bottle caps.They do what they’re supposed to. No complaints on this endMarch 21, 2018Purchased
9 months ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 6 questions Browse 6 questions and 35 answersCan 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.What is on the underside? Is it blank or is there advertising?BEST ANSWER: They are blank. Cheers!How do you put on bottle cap?BEST ANSWER: With a capper. Either the two-handled variety or the single-handled one that stands on a table top.Why 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: It's called bunerage. The same reason you get 8 buns in a package and 10 hot dogs to a pack.If i ordered just the american flag ones. Is one order 120 bottle caps?BEST ANSWER: I thought it was 100..maybe they went up since I got them. So, yes.These oranges caps does have any expiration date to use it?, I mean, how long could I keept in my stock?BEST ANSWER: These caps do not have an expiration date. Cheers!