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JeffD17

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How can I force carbonate a bottle and then put a regular cap on it? I would like to give some bottles as gifts and I feel the homemade or even professionally made carbonator caps don't look as good.
 

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Are you asking how to carbonate in a bottle? Or are you trying to place already carbonated beer in a bottle?
 
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I understand how to force carbonate. I want to know after I carbonate it, how I can put a regular bottle cap on it without losing carbonation. I don't want the carbonation cap on it.
 

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JeffD17 said:
I understand how to force carbonate. I want to know after I carbonate it, how I can put a regular bottle cap on it without losing carbonation. I don't want the carbonation cap on it.
First, if you're going to fill bottles with carbonated beer, make sure the bottles are frozen.

Capping the bottle is the normal capping process.

Are you asking how to fill a bottle from a keg?
 
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I think I get it now, I should make it, carbonate it and then bottle it. Right?
 
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