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Old 02-17-2006, 11:39 PM   #11
AllHoppedUp
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Nov 2005
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Yeah, my collection is getting up there. I probably have enough for three 5 gal. batches. Problem is I always give a few away from every batch and those bottle have to be replaced.

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Old 02-18-2006, 11:09 AM   #12
BrewBrothaRick
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Feb 2006
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I am so glad I have enough bottles in the garage for my brewing. I hate cleaning the labels off. Unless something happens and causes a bunch (and I mean a BUNCH) of them to get broken, I shouldn't ever have to clean another label off anothe bottle... ever.

I don't have an exact count, but I know I have enough to bottle 6 five-gallon batches, and sill have PLENTY bottles in the garage not being used.

Wow. I'm envious. I've got about 3 six packs and maybe 3 Grolsch bottles...and...some Pepsi bottles..Yeah.

 
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Old 02-18-2006, 06:08 PM   #13
drengel
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Oct 2005
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Wow. I'm envious. I've got about 3 six packs and maybe 3 Grolsch bottles...and...some Pepsi bottles..Yeah.
my teacher for the 'biochemisrty of fermentation' class i'm taking said he got his start with a stout done in liter pepsi bottles.
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Old 07-26-2013, 02:12 AM   #14
uncleleon
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Nov 2011
, AR
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Try using ammonia mixed 1/2 cup per gallon of water. Soak your bottles in it over night and most labels slide right off. The tough ones (Samuel Adams) scrub off fairly easy after a good soak DON'T mix bleach with ammonia!
My dishwasher on the high temp setting removes almost all labels, except sam adams and a few others. love me some bleach!

 
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Old 07-26-2013, 08:17 PM   #15
Onkel_Udo
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I used bleach for 4 years for everything...until I had more stainless than plastic or glass items. I switched to oxygen-based cleaners and Iodine based sanitizers.

Now I am back to more plastic and glass...guess what I using again. Still the best way to sanitize removable plastic/vynil lines, racking canes and such...bleach in the PROPER concentraction with warm water rinses that equal about twice to thrice the volume of the bleach water.

Now get ready to flame me:

For sanitizing only, in proper concentration, rinsing within 5 minutes...bleach is approved AND awesome for sanitizing stainless. Ask anyone that has been in the dairy industry for more than 20 years before steam was the primary sanitizing agent.

 
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