Agree above, hate to see your awesome brew end up all over the place. Anything going in a regular wine bottle must be still.
Its a good excuse to drink champagne and belgian brews though. I have accumulated about 10 each as I can't stand paying for empty bottles. Sometimes necessary though. I have some test Belgians in heavy champagne bottles with plastic corks and hoods (no corker necessary). I suppose I should try one soon to see if they are holding pressure.
Primary #1: Empty #2: Empty
Secondary #1: Empty #2: Black Currant Wine #3: Empty
Kegged: Umlaut my Kolsch
Bottles: Big 50 Barleywine, Framboise Lambic, Russian Imperial Stout, Barolo Wine, Berry Rhubarb Wine
On Deck: Dusseldorf Alt III, BGSA