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Old 07-05-2010, 05:54 PM   #1
Jun 2010
Louisville, KY
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I bought a bottle of Sierra Nevada's 30th Anniversary. It has a cork top. Can I reuse this for bottling? If not the cork part, can I at least reuse the bottle itself with a regular bottlecap?
On deck: Pliny the Elder, Heather Ale
Fermenting: Strawberry Melomel, Imperial Belgian White, Pumpkin Ale
Carboy #1: Cream Ale
Carboy #2: Hoptoberfest
Carboy #3: Raspberry Melomel
Tap #1: Two Hearted Clone
Tap #2: Spiced Bourbon Stout
Tap #3: Raison D'Etre Clone
Bottled: Belgian Trippel, NB Farmhouse Saison Ale, Apfelwein, Duvel Clone, Oatmeal Stout, Joe's Ancient Orange Mead, JABM (Blackberry)

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Old 07-05-2010, 05:59 PM   #2
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Greenville, SC
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I haven't bought one of those yet, so I don't know. Some of those style (like Jolly Pumpkin) can take a crown cap. If it came with a cork and cage, its probably the 750mL Belgian style bottle. In that case, you will need a floor corker, Belgian corks and cages.

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