DetailsThe Super Agata is the only capper you'll ever need! Not only does it adjust to any sized beer bottle, it adjusts to Belgians and sparkling wine bottles too. Simply swap out the bell and cap oversized European bottles with ease.
The sleek design gives you the exact amount of leverage to cap bottles on the first pull and every time. You can adjust the height in between bottles in less than a second. Bottling day doesn't have to be a chore when you've got the Super Agata on your side--ask anyone who's used one and you'll see why it's our #1 selling capper.
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4.3 / 5.031 ReviewsWorks greatWorks great, bought it so I could cap 32 ouncer EZ cap bottles.October 14, 2018Purchased
2 months agoLove this capper.... Really saves time and is easier to use than the standard two hand Italian capper.December 27, 2017Purchased
1 year agoOUTSTANDING CAPPER. OUTSTANDING!!The last time I capped a batch of beer with my 'trusted' wing type capper we had words. Angry words and I spoke pretty much all of them. I broke 3 bottles and struggled with the rest. It was like my capper had grown a mind of its own and was quite displeased with me.
So I purchased this new capper and cut my capping time for a batch by 80%, no broken bottles, magnificent and efficient operation and truly a joy to use. Seriously don't know how I lived with the wing capper before this. I am now once again a happy camper with home brewing.
I cannot over emphasize how much I love this capper after only one batch. Fantastic and highly recommended product. Get yours now from my friends at Midwest.August 28, 2017Purchased
1 year agoGreat machine. I would recommend this to everyone looking for an easy to use capper!Love the way this capper works. It's very smooth and all my seals were good. The self adjusting arm is a dream and makes this the best capper I've used. I would recommend it to anyone. Well worth the money.May 20, 2017Purchased
1 year agoWow... This sucks...So let me just say the first three 5 gal batches I bottled with this were a dream. The wing capper that came with my kit didn't crimp the caps all the way so they didn't look right and barring any huge mistakes on my first batch (not impossible for sure) it showed through some weak carbonation. $50 bucks definitely didn't seem bad for the convenience and security. 3 batches bottled without a hitch and I was quite happy. Perfectly crimped. _x000D__x000D_ A few weeks ago I bottled my Hef and some of the caps seemed to be going on crooked. I blamed the new caps (just a different color of the same brand I always use) thinking that their machinery was screwing up. I even redid 20 or so bottles to get a better crimp. I've dumped 4 bottles now (one out of every 3 were flat and SOUR) but the rest are fine (so far). I just finished bottling my latest batch and I'm ready to toss this thing. I counted FIFTY crooked crimps (I basically had to recrimp every bottle once. Reused bottles from successful batches, leftoverextra caps that worked well on a successful batch. Nothing to blame but the capper. It took me an HOUR and a half to bottle this batch between all of the tightening screws (one FELL OUT in the middle of capping), removing the magnet (which used to dig into the top of the cap, which DOES NOT cause any problems with the beer. It just looks bad), I even swapped out the bell from my gimpy wing capper which oddly helped and I was finally able to finish. In the mist of this carnage the spoke that locks the assembly in place when capping started to seize up. _x000D__x000D_ Some of the reviews say "it feels cheaply made"; there's a good reason for that: IT IS cheaply made. It bends under the stress of crimping a cap which is apparently enough to permanently damage the whole unit. I'd sooner pay $200 for a capper that didn't warp and bend under normal use. So I'm sweaty and sore after capping 50 some-odd bottles. Fortunately my kids weren't in the house to hear the torrent of profanity that just happened. Homebrewing certainly wasn't a relaxing hobby today. DEFINITELY in the market for a new DIFFERENT capper.September 12, 2015bench capperI just got this on March 30th. I did 4 bottles and wish I had bought this long ago. Much easier than the two handed lever type capper. It should be stated that this has holes in the base so it can be mounted on a counter. The item is shipped with a plug that has to be removed prior to use and there are almost no directions in English.March 31, 2015One of the best upgrades I have doneThe Super Agata is one of the best upgrades I have done for brewing. Originally, I used the Black Beauty hand capper that came with the original brewing kit that I pick up a while back. The Black Beauty was very tricky, and I have to say that I felt winced ever time I capped a beer. That hand capper just felt a bit loose and the whole thing distorted as the arms would go over center and crimp the cap. You really have to pay special attention to keep both levers/handles timed with each other, or you will be sorry. I broke at least 6 Fat Tire bottles on my last batch before I just decided enough was enough. The bench capper is completely different and a joy to use. It really changed everything about capping. It's super easy and consistent. Also, the bench capper just presses the cap down against the height of the bottle. You would really have to do something really odd to crush or break a bottle with this design. The hand cappers clamp the neck, and the necks on some bottles are not perfectly round._x000D__x000D_If hand capping is give you fits, I thoroughly recommend this one.May 15, 2014More fun than the red baron capperThis lets you seal a row of battles in rapid fashion. Just line up 10 bottles at a time, and cap them in less than a minute.February 26, 2014bench capperIt works well, but does not save that much time. I recommend buying a black beauty and spending the extra cash on other equipment.October 2, 2013CAPPING MADE EASY !1500+ caps on 12 ozs. bottles and still going. A year ago I took the Agata apart for a cleaning and light spray with WD-40. I bolted the "SUPER AGATA" to the concrete floor of my beer brewing parlor.September 27, 2013
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Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 3 answersWhere can we get the replacement plastic stop at?BEST ANSWER: My plastic stop gave out after a couple of bottles, not a very good design. I stuck a pencil in its place to finish bottling, then actually welded a metal stop that fit into the notches for future capping. It seems to be serving its purpose.Is the capping bell interchangeable and if so do you carry 29mm cappers? I am making sparkling wine a la methode traditionelle and have to use real corks to handle the pressures these are reaching. No twin arm capper reliably crimps the 29mm caps I have even those with bidules. Plastic corks have proven a leak here and there too. If not this the strongest of cappers on offer what might you recommend? Ever grateful,BEST ANSWER: Yes, the bell can be removed and switched out for a different bell. However, we do not carry alternatives.Dose it do American style twist off 12 Oz bottles and what caps do I need to purchaseBEST ANSWER: This capper will only work for pry-top bottles and caps.