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Re: Bottle storage inconvenience

Posted: |06 Dec 2012|, 08:37
by outscidr
outscidr wrote:I believe a store called storage solutions. It fits sixteen grolsch bottles perfectly. I Also keep them in the cardboard 4 packs to reduce gingling. Only works with grolsch bottles.
I took a look last night and they actually hold 20 bottles

Re: Bottle storage inconvenience

Posted: |07 Dec 2012|, 15:07
by slacker1
I bottle in 500ml Hacker Pschorr swing tops and find that 12-750ml wine boxes work just fine. They're free from the liquor store.

Re: Bottle storage inconvenience

Posted: |07 Dec 2012|, 16:02
by outscidr
slacker1 wrote:I bottle in 500ml Hacker Pschorr swing tops and find that 12-750ml wine boxes work just fine. They're free from the liquor store.
How do the boxes hold up when they get wet during bottling or after washing the bottles?
I prefer a forever solution and 6.99 a box isnt alot of money.

Re: Bottle storage inconvenience

Posted: |09 Dec 2012|, 12:18
by opiela
i got alot of my milk crates from my sysco delivery driver at work. now i have milk crates filled with grolsh bottles stacked 8 feet high that i never use because i keg now.

Re: Bottle storage inconvenience

Posted: |09 Dec 2012|, 19:33
by Swivel
^ You should peddle those -- in my area at least, there's always someone looking for swingtops.

Re: Bottle storage inconvenience

Posted: |09 Dec 2012|, 21:22
by Erwin
Opiela, I'd buy them from you, where are you located?

Re: Bottle storage inconvenience

Posted: |12 Mar 2019|, 12:19
by Max
I have also been using Milk crates for Grolsh, as stated they hold exactly 16, but only the latest slim bottles, the older ones I have slowly been replacing as you cannot get close to 16, unless you use a mix of the old and new.
Max.