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Why is beer often bottled in green bottles?
Green glass, like brown glass, helps prevent light from affecting the contents of the bottle. Exposure to light speeds the breakdown of the hop oils and other components of the beer, which can lead to 'skunky' flavors and aromas. Although green bottles aid in this prevention of 'skunk' beer, brown glass is far superior.
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Beer bottles are usually brown or green to block light which would begin to decompose or spoil the beer. The beer bottles are dark to keep the beer fresher longer.
Yes. All Pabst Brewing Co. Beers except Olympia come in bottles. I would imagine you can find it in NYC or North Jersey.
No. I flew from Germany to Canada with 10 full beer bottles in my check in luggage for a friends birthday and all of them were okay. Answer 2: In some old airplanes glass bott…les placed on the overhead compartments tend to break. In newer airplanes it does not usually happen but it is allwys recommended that you place glass bottles under the seat in front of you due to safety reasons.
Definitely. That's the most economical way to go, since cases of fresh unused bottles typically cost an average of $20 US. I am constantly expanding my collection o…f different shapes and sizes of empty bottles to use for bottling my homebrew. The most important thing is to clean them thorooughly. I typically rinse with hot water when I empty the bottles, then let the bottles sit for a few hours with hot water in them. After emptying the water, I let them drip-dry upside-down in an empty beer case with a layer of paper towel on the bottom. When it comes time to bottle my brew, I use BTF iodophor to sanitize my bottles in and out, the same way I do my other brewing equipment. Be careful, though. Bud bottles are twist-off. You can cap twist-off bottles with crown caps, but be sure to get a perfectly tight seal without dimpling the cap; otherwise you run the risk of the top popping off during carbonation. Cheers and happy brewing!
Yes, they do.
Actually glass is molten at 1575 c (2300 deg f). If you are trying to slump the glass between 1700 and 1800 deg f should do it. It really depends on thickness, color, speed of… temp rise and length of time exposed to the to a particular temp
yes. you can use wine bottles,pop bottles,anything that seals and is clean and sanitized. visit wikihow for more info
A glass bottle will hold the cold longer. But I suppose that it depends on the starting coolness of the container.
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Theoretically, drinks would stay colder for a longer time if it is in a bottle. This is because bottles are insulators of heat, so they slow down the heat from reaching …the liquid in it. As for cans, which are usually metal, they are conductors of heat. So heat penetrates easier to the liquid thus making the drink to loose its coldness faster (especially if you are holding the can) So my bet is that drinks would stay colder in a bottle.
Yes if you want
Actually, one pint is 475ish ml's, while a bottle of beer is 350 ml.
Beer generally comes in 6-packs and 12-packs. The word "case" doesn't imply a number, just a method of packaging. While generally speaking, a case is thought of as holding… four six-packs, or 24 bottles or cans.
It used to be the slogan for Miller High Life. It changed in the 50-60s.
It really depends on the style. Beer will be carbonated 4 -5days after bottling but may not be "finished" for days,weeks,or months...Sometimes for years.