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How do I store Grolsch bottles?
May 5, 2006 12:46 PM   Subscribe

Homebrewers, how do you store your Grolsch bottles?

It's easy to find cases for 12-oz bottles, of course, but has anyone found a good case for larger bottles? My local homebrew supply store gave me a really cheap box (I assume it's what their bottles came in), but it's not really strong enough to hold bottles full of beer.
posted by bonecrusher to Food & Drink (9 answers total)
 
For odd-sized bottles, I just use regular cases with the dividers taken out.
posted by exogenous at 1:01 PM on May 5, 2006


Plastic milk crates.
posted by cog_nate at 1:13 PM on May 5, 2006


I use fold-it-yourself office/file boxes, they are sturdy and hold 20 bottles without too much wiggle room
posted by Mark Doner at 1:30 PM on May 5, 2006


Try going to the local bar or package store (liquor store) and see if they have any of those heavy (reusable) waxed cardboard boxes, then cut your own dividers out of regular boxes. Or do what I do. Drink it before you have to worry about storage.
posted by Gungho at 1:55 PM on May 5, 2006


Seriously - why keep them? It's a dead, pasteurised beer. It will not taste better the longer you keep it. Honestly, there's no point. Drink it, then choose a real beer.
posted by jamescridland at 2:21 PM on May 5, 2006


Apologies - I spotted the "homebrewers" a little late. Ooops.
posted by jamescridland at 2:22 PM on May 5, 2006


Since you're coming to ask.me with brewing questions (not that there's anything wrong with that), I assume you're not familiar with the BeerAdvocate forums. Check 'em out.
posted by rkent at 3:17 PM on May 5, 2006


Another ridiculously underutilized site is the Brews & Views BBoard. Amazingly helpful folks.
posted by cog_nate at 9:24 PM on May 5, 2006


Is 12oz 500ml?

If so, milk crates.
posted by pompomtom at 12:38 AM on May 6, 2006


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