740-mL PET Bottles (Qty 12)

740-mL PET Bottles (Qty 12) is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 362.
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Everything you need to bottle your latest batch of Mr. Beer homebrew. Twelve reusable 740-ml plastic (PET) beer bottles, complete with screw caps and logo labels. These bottles are designed to hold carbonated beverages, and are FDA approved to hold food & beverage.

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Everything you need to bottle your latest batch of Mr. Beer homebrew. Twelve reusable 740-ml plastic (PET) beer bottles, complete with screw caps and logo labels. These bottles are designed to both hold carbonated beverages and to carbonate beverages safely.

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • 12 Reusable 740-mL Plastic (PET) Bottles
  • 12 Reusable Plastic Caps
  • 12 Labels with Mr. Beer Logo

Dimensions for our 740-mL Bottles are 9.6 inches high with a 3 inch diameter. The maximum height for a standard label is 3.9 inches.

 

Bottles are made from PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate), FDA approved for beverages and DO NOT CONTAIN Bisphenol A.

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2ndGenTeggy from Convenient!!!! I bought this after receiving the little brown keg as a Christmas gift. Worked great for bottling my first batch of American Light beer and Pale Ale as I was learning more about home brewing. Now I use glass bottles with a hand capper, but still keep a few of these bottles around. Great for starting out and also gives you an idea of how your beer is carbonating due to the bottles getting harder to squeeze as a result of the carbonation. Here's one of my Pale Ale's that recently finished conditioning in the PET bottle... cheers.
Date published: 2016-03-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by SpiderDan from A decent choice except for the caps tamper ring I bought these bottle as they were a good, reusable choice for my lastest batch of Grasscutter Ale. However, the anti-tamper ring on the included caps wouldn't allow the caps to seat properly, thus allowing liquid to leak out. I performed a leak test, prior to my actual bottling day, so a quick & easy fix was to simply break off these rings by hand. Not really a big deal, but I would recommend you check yours before putting any of your hard work into the bottles. :) I'd definitely buy them agin, but will always check the caps for fit prior to use.
Date published: 2018-05-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by hbm0043 from Caps didn't fit right These bottles are different than bottles I bought just a year ago. These seem to be just fine, except the black plastic bottle caps that came with them would not seal due to tamper evident band bottoming out before the caps would seal on the top of the bottle. This wasn't an issue with the bottles I got last year. Easy enough to fix, just remove the tamper evident band before putting the caps on the first time, but it took a few leaky bottles and some investigating to figure it out.
Date published: 2018-03-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dallas from Bottle cleaning Bottles are great, easy to use and clean using the rinse free packets. My only complaint, the bottles did not come with notes on the preferred cleaning method for after use (beer has been in the bottle). I placed 1 in my dishwasher and it shrunk to a smaller size (not by much) but noticeable. Though I will be using the no rinse packets before my next bottling, it would have been nice to know the dishwasher may cause the bottles to shrink or what kind of soap will be safe to clean for storage before the next use.
Date published: 2021-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jmoore3882 from Great bottles I have bought 20 cases of these to bottle my beer. It is great because of the ease of cleaning for reuse and caps are not just a 1 time either you can get up to 5 reuses before having to replace them another savings. And last you get 2 regular bottles of beer for each bottle. fills my 24 oz mugs perfectly.
Date published: 2016-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by Adam W from It's a Bottle and it's Plastic! As advertised perfect sized plastic bottles to be a home for your brew! The first batch I made for the Bewitched Amber Ale only filled 11 of the 12 bottles, but I guess that is not the bottle's fault. I like that it was easy to use with the measurements given in the recipe instructions vs. a 12 oz bottle. Great product!
Date published: 2021-03-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by Moose from Wouldn’t recommend them These came with my kit and I had them laying around my place and figured why not give them a shot. I usually use glass bottles, but everyone gave them such a good review. Since I had them I tried them out and the beer turned out really flat I did 3 weeks fermenting in the lbk and 3 weeks bottling and then stored them in the fridge for a few weeks and they just ended up very flat. Just do yourself a favor and buy bottles and a capper, I have had better experience with doing that.
Date published: 2019-01-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by JB Even from Bottles are not as good as they used to be These bottles are made of flimsy thin plastic. Not like the ones I originally received with my kit. Says to only reuse 5 times. Advise to get glass bottles...
Date published: 2020-08-19
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I am wanting to use the CO2 tank from my kegging system to force carbonate water. Questions: 1) Do these bottles have the standard fitting that is used on 2 liter and 20 oz. pop bottles? 2) Are these bottles reusable? Expiry date (like Sodastream)?

Asked by: kycaver
Yes, these bottles have the standard 'soda pop' threads like 2-liter and 20-ounce bottles. The bottles are reusable until they wear out (we test them by filling them and turning them upside down with a little squeeze). Cheers!
Answered by: Mr Beer
Date published: 2023-12-01

Can I just purchase the screw caps to use the existing bottles that came with my earlier kit. 750 ml bottles

Asked by: Jay G
yes you can. https://www.mrbeer.com/black-plastic-bottling-caps-12
Answered by: MRBEER
Date published: 2022-10-20

Probably a dumb question, but do you have to buy mew caps? I noticed the caps have the little seals like water bottles. Do they need to be intact or can I just screw them on tight again next time I use them and be good to go?

Asked by: New to Brew
I would use the caps from the two-liter bottles of Walmart soda. These caps have a tapered ring inside, which is forced into the mouth of the bottle when you tighten it down. I use them exclusively in my beermaking efforts; they do not leak-away your carbonation. I cannot say because I have not seen them myself, but the caps available from Mr. Beer may be just flat inside and not have the tapered ring. Choose wisely...
Answered by: Link Hogthrob
Date published: 2022-05-15

How many volumes of CO2 can these bottles handle?

Asked by: hogg44
About as much as a soda bottle of the same size. Around 150 PSI. Cheers!
Answered by: MRBEER
Date published: 2023-01-20

Can I water pasteurize in these bottles? ie can they handle 160f temps?

Asked by: JG231
No, these bottles will melt at those temps. Cheers!
Answered by: MRBEER
Date published: 2022-01-03

Would these be appropriate for bottling kombucha? My kombucha can develop a lot of carbonation.

Asked by: Spir
These can be used for kombucha, however I suggest periodically venting the bottles if they become excessively firm. Cheers!
Answered by: MRBEER
Date published: 2021-10-12

Are the 740ml bottles dish washer safe?

Asked by: TDogg
I would not wash the bottles in a dishwasher because there may be residual soap film or food grease in the bottles, which is certain death for your beer. Wash your bottles in StarSan (one ounce in five gallons of water) and warmish water, shake them out good and fill with your beer. I fill wet bottles and have had no problems. I use a 14-gallon tub available at Walmart to soak and wash my bottles; makes it easy.
Answered by: david toler
Date published: 2022-08-04

are the plastic bottles reusable

Asked by: lester
Yes, as so related in the product description above...
Answered by: Leadfoot
Date published: 2020-12-17
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