Originally Posted by HopSong
Every commercial beer that I've had that comes in stubby bottles (ala Sierra Nevada) come off very easily. Any remaining glue also comes off easily. The plasticized (?) labels and the ones with a mylar (?) base are horrible.
Alaskan Brewing Co uses the same bottles as SN, and their one label (as opposed to SN's 3 labels) comes off 1000x easier than SN's, and is easier to clean as well.
Alaskan has my vote for stubby bottles from now on.
SN's boxes are much better, though, if looking at storage options.
Primaries: Red Nose Seasonal WW (hangin' out on cherries until spring) CREME V2 (Wil/Aht)
Bottled: K23 (last one!), Harvest Graf 2014
Kegged: RedHen Mild, Session Coffee n' Cream Stout
On Deck: All Brews Subject to Change With No Reason - loving small batch brewing, session beers, AND Kegging!