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The first step in bottling beer is depalletising , where the empty bottles are removed from the original packaging delivered from the manufacturer, so that individual bottles may be handled. The bottles may then be rinsed with filtered water or air, and may have carbon dioxide injected into them in attempt to reduce the level of oxygen within the bottle. The bottle then enters a "filler" which fills the bottle with beer and may also inject a small amount of inert gas CO 2 or nitrogen on top of the beer to disperse oxygen , as O 2 can ruin the quality of the product by oxidation.
Next the bottle enters a labelling machine "labeller" where a label is applied. The product is then packed into boxes and warehoused, ready for sale. Depending on the magnitude of the bottling endeavour, there are many different types of bottling machinery available. Liquid level machines fill bottles so they appear to be filled to the same line on every bottle, while volumetric filling machines fill each bottle with exactly the same amount of liquid.
Overflow pressure fillers are the most popular machines with beverage makers, while gravity filling machines are most cost effective.
In terms of automation, inline filling machines are most popular, but rotary machines are much faster albeit much more expensive. A short glass bottle used for beer is generally called a stubby , or originally a steinie. Shorter and flatter than standard bottles, stubbies pack into a smaller space for transporting. The steinie was introduced in the s by Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company and derived their name from their similarity to the shape of a beer stein , which was emphasized in marketing.
Some of the expected advantages of stubby bottles are: After the relaxation of Prohibition in the U. The glass industry responded by devising short bottles with little necks, nicknamed stubbies, and types with short necks were called steinies. Capacities varied, with 12oz being the most common size used for soft drinks. The steinie dominated in the U. Stubbies were popular in Canada until the s.
The word stubbie is now only in common use in Australia. Stubbies are used extensively in Europe, and were used almost exclusively in Canada from to as part of a standardization effort intended to reduce breakage, and the cost of sorting bottles when they were returned by customers. Due to their nostalgic value, stubbies were reintroduced by a number of Canadian craft brewers in the early s. Coors Brewing Company currently uses the stubby form for nostalgic packaging of Coors Banquet.
Through the latter part of the 20th century, most British brewers used a standard design of bottle, known as the London Brewers' Standard. This was in brown glass, with a conical medium neck in the pint and with a rounded shoulder in the half-pint and nip sizes. It was for example mostly barley wines that were bottled in nips, and Midlands breweries such as Shipstone of Nottingham that bottled in quarts.
This standardisation simplified the automation of bottling and made it easier for customers to recycle bottles as they were interchangeable. They carried a deposit charge, which in the s rose to seven pence for a pint and five pence for a half-pint.
Some brewers however used individual bottle designs: Other brewers such as Timothy Taylor had used their own embossed bottles and rare examples continued to be reused into the s. During the s the industry turned away from refillable bottles and UK beer bottles are now all one-trip, and most are ml The compulsory high recycled-content of these bottles makes them very dark and the lack of temper makes them chip easily when being opened.
The bottles carry a cent deposit. The breweries share a pool of re-usable bottles of the same type. The Euro bottle was the main shape in use until the s, when many breweries began to switch over to NRW and Longneck bottles, both of which are available as ml and ml bottles. A North American longneck is a type of beer bottle with a long neck. It is known as the standard longneck bottle or industry standard bottle ISB. The ISB longnecks have a uniform capacity, height, weight and diameter and can be reused on average 16 times.
In South Africa and Canada they are referred to as a "quart"; in Australia they are known colloquially as a "longneck","king brown", "tallie", or simply a "bottle".
A "forty" is American slang for a U. They are commonly sold at breweries and brewpubs as a means to sell take-out craft beer. In the United States, a growler is a half gallon, or 64 U.
Less commonly can be found "growlerettes" or "howlers", which are half-growlers, or 32 U. There are also smaller bottles, called nips ,  ponies United States , cuartitos Mexico, "small fourth", in reference to the larger ml media "half" , throwdowns or grenades Australia , among other names. The term pony dates to the 19th century,  and is due to the diminutive size,  being used earlier for a pony glass , and similarly for a pony keg.
The best-known brands of ponies are Rolling Rock pony introduced ? Other major brands Budweiser, Coors, Miller are also regionally available in 7 oz bottles; these were introduced in the early s, around the time of Miller High Life being so-packaged. More recently, Bud Light Lime has started to be sold in ponies, called "Limeys". The popularity of Rolling Rock ponies has led to the folk etymology that "pony" is from the Rolling Rock horse logo.
Rolling Rock is the Largest Selling 7 oz. Pony Bottle of Premium Beer in Pennsylvania". In the United States, small bottles are most popular for the on-premises market, where they are sold by the bucketful. The market for beer in small bottles is smaller than that in regular size bottles, which cause added difficulties and expense: A Darwin Stubby refers to several large beer bottle sizes in Australia.
The name "caguama" refers to the Loggerhead sea turtle , which is called "caguama" in Spanish, and is used mostly in central and eastern Mexico.
The name ballena is Spanish for whale, and is mostly used in the northern Pacific coast. Bottled beer is sold with several types of bottle cap , but most often with crown caps , also known as crown seals. Some beers for example Grolsch are sold in "beugel" style bottles, known as " flip-top " or "swing top" in some English speaking countries. A number of beers are sold finished with a cork and muselet or cage , similar to champagne closures.
Hitachino Nest Celebration Ale Hitachino Nest Japanese Classic Ale. Hofbrauhaus Brewery and Biergarten Vienna Velvet. Huber Berghoff Original Lager Beer. Hurricane Reef CaribbeanStyle Pilsner. Hurricane Reef Raspberry Wheat Ale. Imperial Younger's Special Bitter. Jack's 90 Schilling Scottish Ale. Jeff and Jer's Hootch Doppelbock. Jubilate Special Reserve Anniversary Ale. Kerst Pater Special Christmas Beer. Leavenworth Boulder Bend Dunkelweizen. Limestone Original Amber Ale discontinued. Limestone Bavarian Style Bock discontinued.
Limestone CrispHoppy Pale Ale discontinued. Limestone English Style Porter discontinued. MacTarnahan's Blackwatch Cream Porter. Maracaibo Especial Special Brown Ale. Massart's Glory Belgian Strong Ale Monk's Lament Belgian Abbey Ale. Morechamp International Lager Beer.
Münchner Kindl Weissbier Münchner Weisse. Oak Aged Bourbon Barrel Doppelbock. Old Engine Oil Special Reserve aged in malt whisky casks.
Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout. Oscar's Chocolate Oatmeal Stout. Pannepot Old Fisherman's Ale Perkuno's Hammer Imperial Porter. Pikop Andropov's Rushin' Imperial Stout. Rosie's Tail Waggin' Pale Ale. Royal Challenge Indian Premium Lager.
Cap'n Sig's Northwestern Ale.
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