DetailsWe recommend using the P.E.T. Bottles as a safe alternative to glass for bottling homemade soda. Plastic bottles make it much easier to know when the soda is done carbonating because they will become very rigid when carbonated. A beer bottle made of glass may become dangerously over carbonated when making soda so we do not recommend using them. These PET bottles are reusable and require 28 mm plastic screw caps (sold separately). It is recommended to soak the bottles in cleanser prior to using (1 Tbsp./gallon, soak overnight). Case of 24
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4.8 / 5.037 ReviewsNice quality bottle.I chose these plastic bottles for some brew I made. I would normally go with glass but I am going to ship them to some family and didn't want them to break. Super easy to use and a nice quality. The caps are sold separately.September 9, 2019Purchased
2 months agoExpensiveExpensive at 35 a case but they work very well and hopefully won't explode like glass. So far so good on out first batch of sasparillaFebruary 24, 2019Purchased
8 months agoExcellent qualityExcellent bottles to hold our homemade root beer. Don't forget, the caps are sold Separately! I missed that and thought that I had ordered extra caps so now I have to reorder for my next batch.January 11, 2019Purchased
10 months agoPrompt delivery and arrived as expected regarding quality.May 16, 2018Purchased
1 year agoGreat for counterpressure filling beerComing out of a keg, if you have a double ended beer "out" line and use a SS Carbonator, you can use either a Soda Stream, or your CO2 gas setup to purge out the air. Then just put the Carbonator on that has the Ball Lock fitting with a small short hose on the Carbonator nipple inside that goes to the bottom of the PET bottle. Pressure the bottle to around 20 PSI. Attach the double ended ball lock to your keg and to the Carbonator. Then very slowly unscrew the Carbonator to release the pressure inside just enough to allow the flow into the bottle... SLOW. when it is full tighten the Carbonator back on the bottle and disconnect. The Carbonator keeps the pressure from leaving. Let sit a about a minute and take off the Carbonator and replace with a regular cap. Voila' you have well carbonated beer without the fuss using counter pressure method.January 28, 2018Great bottles!!Worked perfect for bottling sodas. Very easy to cap also. Great product, however wouldn’t recommended putting them in the dishwasher. Lost a fewOctober 10, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoRoot beer bottlesThis was a gift and the receiver was pleased. It's exactly what she wanted to make root beer.February 14, 2016Good for sodaI make beer and soda. If you use the poly seal caps these will hold in the high CO2 levels. If you skimp and reuse old caps they will leak CO2 and your beer and sod will be flat.March 13, 2014Soda bottlesI make soda and these are good quality bottles that are a good size. You can have some, screw the cap back on, and have the rest later. And they are small so it's easy to carry them around.January 31, 2014Good for samplesIts easier to bring samples of beer and soda in plastic than glass which can break. Once you get used to it, there is no reason to use glass instead of plastic. It lasts multiple uses, and be cleaned if you do so right after using, and its lighter in weight.November 24, 2013
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Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 3 answersI see most people are using these for soda. Can or should they also be used for beer?BEST ANSWER: They're great for beer; they seal completely, don't affect the beer in any way, and can be used again and again, even with the same caps.Accidentally had a over carbonation and had some soda seep out into my box and ruin it what's the size of the box ?How many gallons will this hold?BEST ANSWER: Hi Stephen,
24 bottles at 1/2 liter each will hold 3.17 gallons.
Let me know if there's anything else I can help with!