Bulk Pack - Give your quality Belgian beer the proper bottle with this 12.68 fl. oz. (375 ml) amber glass Belgian beer bottle with a cork and cage neck finish. Belgian beer bottles feature a bulbed neck and work great for highly carbonated beer such as cider, sours or Belgian-style beers. Heavy amber glass suggests quality product and will protect contents from harmful UV light. Smooth, straight walls allow for easy labeling.
This glass beer bottle is designed to contain up to 3 volumes max. carbonation with tunnel pasteurization at 145° F max. It can hold up to 3.5 volumes max carbonation without tunnel pasteurization. Pair this bottle with a Belgian beer cork and hooded wire for an authentic, craft Belgian impression. Bulk packaged pallets come on a wooden pallet with cardboard sheets between each layer of bottles. Each pallet of glass bottles is strapped, wrapped and secured before it leaves our warehouse. Key benefits:
Made In USA Glass Bottles
- Amber glass will protect product from harmful UV light
- Bulbed neck
- Smooth walls for easy labeling
- Great for highly carbonated beverages
- Cork finish (does not work with crown caps)
- Proudly Made in the USA
Bottles manufactured in the United States tend to have a stronger, thicker glass than imported glass bottles. Unlike some bottles from China, United States manufactured bottles do not break when hot filled and have gone through a series of quality control tests to meet required product standards. Consistency in product quality allows for labels to be applied on smoothly.Corking Beer Bottles
Many high-carbonation beers require a cork and wire cage for bottling. Corking and caging champagne and Belgian-style beer bottles requires special equipment as the glass tends to be thicker than wine bottles and the cork should only be pushed half-way into the bottle. Belgian beer bottles and other champagne-style bottles feature a wider neck finish than typical bottles and are not compatible with all standard-sized corkers. Champagne floor corkers and some bench corkers are ideal for compressing the larger cork into the bottle to the correct depth. The beer may cause the cork to mushroom further as it carbonates, and a wire hood is required to keep the cork secure.
- Made popular after the Civil War and now commonly known as the industry standard, the amber colored glass provides protection to light sensitive products such as hydrogen peroxide and sulfuric acid chemicals, along with beer, oils, skin care, and pharmaceutical drugs by blocking out UV rays. It has wavelengths shorter than 450 nm (nanometers), allowing it to absorb most ultraviolet radiation. Amber glass is a tinted glass produced by combining iron, sulfur, and carbon. Due to its high level of carbon, amber is referred to as a reduced glass. The Cary Company stocks popular amber glass containers such as Boston round and packer bottles.