Agata Super Agata Bench Capper
- What capper do I need?
I am needing a capper for a 12 oz bottle that accepts standard crown caps. I quick froogle search reveals several models ranging from 15 to 65 dollars. I was wondering what is the best tool for the jo
- Bottle Cappers?
Can't take the bottle capper I have anymore.. I want a counter top or wall mount unit that doesn't rely on grabbing the bottle neck to force (pull down) the cap on... Instead I want the kind that '
REVIEWS(13 Total Reviews)
February 23, 2012 at 06:52 AM
Cons: A little rickety for what I would like.
Recommended? YesOverall it is great for capping bottles. Mounting the unit helps.
February 17, 2012 at 10:13 PM
Pros: Much easier to cap with than wing capper. quickly adjusts.
Cons: needs mounted or it will move around when capping.
Recommended? YesSpeeds up capping with one handed operation. When i fill from the keg I have the beer gun in one hand and work the capper with the other. It makes capping much faster, easier, and keeps me from losing carbonation off the keg.
January 24, 2012 at 08:53 AM
Pros: Great capper. Although I switched to an old bench capper, I keep this net to my fridge to recap fresh-poured bombers when I'm drinking alone to keep it fresh until I pour the second glass!
Cons: Wing cappers are all a bit slow to do large batches with
Recommended? YesRed Baron Wing Capper. Single-item price listed from Midwest, but I purchased it as part of a Brewer's Best homebrewing starter kit. I had found the best price through eBay on a posting from Midwest ($85 + $25 shipping to NH). Standard good quality equipment.
January 24, 2012 at 08:49 AM
Pros: Free, HEAVY duty
Cons: Not attractive, a little clunky.
Recommended? YesAn old bench capper from my father's brewing days back in the '60s. Works well, but it's ugly and clunky. Still, it's a lot faster to bottle a batch with this than it is my wing capper!
Pros: Works flawlessly. Less effort than a wing capper.
Cons: Made mostly of plastic, though it seems quite durable.
Recommended? YesI definitely prefer this capper over my old wing capper. Well worth the money, in my opinion. The fact that it adjusts itself on the fly is a nice bonus when you have several different sized bottles. It's worth the extra money over the standard bench capper.