Homebrew Bottling Kit with Crown Caps
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Homebrew Bottling Kit with Crown Caps
At Krome Brew, we have a wide range of brewing supplies, and that includes everything you’d need for bottling beer. Kits include all the beer bottling equipment you need. There is a last and major step after the fermenting Process and before you enjoy your handcrafted beer is bottling. Rather than looking for every Bottling Equipment separately, you have to look into Our bottling Kit. Krome Brew’s Homebrew Bottling kit with crown caps. Worth completing your Beer Bottling Process without any obstruction.
What does this Botting kit include?
Stationary Bottle Drainer 50 Bottles (1):
As well as, the kit has included a Stationary Bottle Drainer with a capacity of 50 bottles. This is a great way to keep bottles sanitary prior to bottling or to dry them for storage. It can be assembled and disassembled very quickly for storage.
Auto siphon – 3/8″ – With 45cm Tubing (1):
In this beer botting kit includes an Auto siphon, which allows for easy transfer of your beer into the bottle.
250ml Plastic Hydrometer Test Jar (1):
It includes Plastic Hydrometer Test Jar Measuring Cylinder for Beer that comes in very handy to take hydrometer readings.
We have added a Triple Scale Hydrometer – No lead and Mercury which allows you to read your gravity, potential alcohol content, and Brix. The simple color-coded scale indicates the starting and finishing points in the fermentation process of Dessert Wines Table Wines and Beer.
Along with the bottles, you’ll also need the caps and a capping tool that we refer to as the Bench Beer bottle capper. Bench Beer Bottle Capper to carefully cap your bottles and ultimately maintain the flavor and hoppiness of your beer.
Beer Bottle Caps (Pack of 100 Pieces):
Next, here is a pack of 100 Beer Bottle crown caps of 29mm diameter. Caps are made of mild steel material and golden in color.
Furthermore, the kit has complimentary products for, a durable beer bottle opener in-wall mounting style. Keep this Stainless steel bottle cap opener handy for beer and cold drinks.
You can follow the instruction to use this Kit, it’s really convenient to store your Homebrew Beer in Bottles. If you want to avoid hassle with the Bottling Kit, you can opt for Kromebrew’s Kegging Kit.
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Includes the following:
- Triple scale hydrometer
- Hydrometer test jar
- Single step cleanser
- Sanitizer rinser pump
- Pint bottles, case of 12
- Stationary bottle drainer
- Bottle filler with spring tip
- Beer bottle caps
- Bench Beer bottle capper
- Wall mount Bottle opener
Steps to Bottling your HomeBrew
- Check that the fermentation process is complete using the Hydrometer and the test jar (Be sure to take the initial Specific gravity reading too)
- Prepare a sanitizing solution with the Single step rinser.
- Sanitize all bottles using the sanitizer rinser pump and dry them completely on the stationary bottle drainer.
Also sanitize all other bottling equipment you’ll use from this point onwards.
- Setup the auto-siphon into the fermented brew and start filling the bottles one after the other with the bottle filler..
- Seal the bottles with caps using the bottle capper.
- Mount the bottle opener on the wall near your bar/refrigerator.
Equipment Application Guide
1. Triple scale hydrometer and 250ml Plastic test jar
This hydrometer has 3 scales – specific gravity, potential alcohol content and BRIX (sugar content of a solution). For beer, we are interested in the Specific gravity reading.
- At the beginning of the fermentation, take a small beer sample in the 250ml Plastic test jar and dip the Triple scale hydrometer into it. Note the specific gravity reading – call it OG.
- After the recommended fermentation window as said in the recipe, repeat the above step. This reading will be FG.
- Calculate the Alcohol percentage with this formula: (O.G. – F. G.) X 131.25 = % ABV
If the ABV is in the range mentioned in your recipe, then the fermentation is complete and you can now proceed with bottling.
2. Single step cleanser
An easy and quick sanitizing solution. Doesn’t need additional rinsing.
Mix the entire packet of the sanitizer in 7.5 litres of warm water. Or you can mix the appropriate amount of sanitizer into suitable estimated amount of water according to your requirement. Sanitize all equipment you will use for bottling by soaking them in this liquid for 2 minutes.
Air dry the items and they are ready to use.
3. Pint Bottles, case of 12
Thick reusable glass bottles that are pre-sanitized.
Amber colour keeps the UV rays out and maintains the beer freshness.
4. Sanitizer rinser pump and Stationary Bottle Drying Tree
Handy machine to ease up sanitizing your bottles.
Fill the yellow base with the Single step No Rinse sanitizing solution and mount it on top of the stationary bottle drying tree.
Place an inverted bottle over the white stem and press it down to activate the jet. The high pressure jet stream will hit all around the inside of the bottle and reaches even tight spots.
The Bottle drying tree is made of strong plastic and has slots for 50 bottles. Invert the sanitized bottles on the pegs and air dry them completely before using them to bottle your brew.
Auto-siphon makes transferring wort from the fermenter and bottling a breeze.
Insert the auto-siphon into the fermented brew. Attach the other end of the hose to the bottle filler or place it in a bucket you are transferring your wort into.
Pump the auto-siphon inner tube from the top to start siphoning. You’ll see the beer filling up into the tube.
6. Bottle filler with spring tip
Simple press start spring tip bottle filler to bottle the beer without much effort and spilling.
Press the bottle filler spring tip against the bottom of an empty beer bottle. Allow the bottle to fill to the mouth. Remove the filler and move to the next bottle and repeat.
Do this till you bottle all your brew.
7. Beer Bottle Caps
Crown caps for beer to seal beer bottles after you fill in the beer. This is a pack of 100 pieces in golden colour with silicone lining for better sealing.
8. Bench Beer bottle capper
Height adjustable bottle capper with a non-slip base for the bottles.
Position the beer bottle on the base and move the capper to be just over the bottle mouth. Place the cap in the magnetic bell and bring the lever down to crimp the cap and seal the bottle. Do this with all the bottles.
9. Wall mount Bottle opener
Mount the bottle opener on the wall near your bar/refrigerator using two screws. This way, you’ll never need to search for a bottle opener again.
Complete bottling kit that made things easier. Good quality products.