Storing my lager (not in bottles)

digital worldz

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Guys am gonna start my first batch in a couple of weeeks and was wondering where I am gonna put it all.

Realistically have got room for 40 odd bottles but be storing hundreds of them

Whats best to keep it in so I can take a glass out of it at a time without disturbing the rest.

Max size I suppose would have to be no more than 5 litres as I need to fridge it.
 

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i second pop bottles. ive just started drinking my second lager batch as a ruined my first one by storing them in a plastic pressure vessel (yes im a clown lol) on the second batch i have used a mixture of glass bottles and fizzy pop bottles.

dont forget to sterilize all equipment first aswell
 

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used litre cider glass bottles are a good choice i use them all the time
 

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I also use pop bottles, well sort of...

I buy cheap own brand supermarket water (carbonated) and either drink or dump it, the bottles are way cheaper than those on brewing websites.

Handy if you need a lot of bottles in a hurry and you can get them in lots of different volumes.
 

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Guys am gonna start my first batch in a couple of weeeks and was wondering where I am gonna put it all.

Realistically have got room for 40 odd bottles but be storing hundreds of them

Whats best to keep it in so I can take a glass out of it at a time without disturbing the rest.

Max size I suppose would have to be no more than 5 litres as I need to fridge it.
hi all ive just started my 4th wine kit and i store it in the bag in a box thing works for beer as well as wine if any good to you happy brewing
 
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