Beer Bottle


Beer is something we don't have to raise a glass to -- literally. From glass, to ceramic, to plastic, the humble beer bottle has become one of the most versatile forms of containerage around, perfecting the art of containing a serving of suds.Bottle-shaped, slim-necked and sealed with a crown cork, beer bottles come in sizes catering to an individual's thirst or enough for a group. Ranging from single servings to multi-person containers.With their sleek, vase-shaped frames boasting tall necks, or a more rounded body punctuated by a shorter neck, beer bottles come in all shapes and sizes. But despite their styling differences, all feature some form of branding – showing the name of the brewery behind the suds, as well as any details regarding the specific brew's alcohol content and other important information.

What is Beer Bottle?

The beer bottle has been used for over a century as a way to differentiate and market products. From creating an image of luxury and quality to being a viable marketing tool today, this has been a celebrated tool of many. In fact, glass is one of the most sustainable packaging materials available. By choosing glass bottles over plastic or aluminium, you can reduce your carbon footprint while still enjoying the convenience of take-home beer.


Beer Bottle has many advantages over other types of packaging, including:
  • Made from 100% recycled materials.
  • Reusable.
  • Can be sterilized by boiling or washing with warm water and soap before reusing them again.
  • Whether in a dining establishment, bar, or cafe, cleanliness is of paramount importance; thus, glass is the perfect choice as it requires minimal effort to keep spick and span.


  • Do not use it for carbonated beverages.
  • Don't microwave it.
  • All users should take warning and keep this product away from open flames or high temperatures, as its exposure may lead to deformation and fading.
  • Clean your bottle with a gentle soap and water, avoiding abrasive cleansers such as steel wool, scouring pads or any household liquids featuring ammonia or bleach. Keep it easy and keep it safe.
  • Cleaning and storing glass bottles requires commitment. Wash them in warm water using mild soap, then dry them completely. Make sure to keep your containers away from intense sunshine, heat and cold temperatures.
  • Doing so will prevent cracking or chipping of the glass due to temperature changes during storage or transportation.
  • Washing a wine bottle in hot or cold water might affect and even harm its integrity, therefore the best way to clean it is using lukewarm water for the safest results.
  • Do not use soap suds, as they may mar the surface of your wine bottle with scratches or streaks of soapy residue.
  • Store wine bottles on shelves or racks for holding glassware rather than placing them on any old shelf.
  • Always label each container clearly with a permanent marker indicating the type of drink inside - this will help you avoid grabbing someone else's beer when you go to the fridge for yours!


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