Q: Are these made of plastic? Do you have. picture of the foil and corks? I need to use them for decorative purposes in a retail environment.
A: The bottles are produced from glass. A photo of the bottles with the foil can be found on part ID 24-4590SV
Q: Can I use a crown cap with this bottle? If so what size? Also what is the pressure rating on these bottles? I will be fermenting in the bottle so want to make sure they are thick enough
A: up to 6 atm (90 psi) for pressure and take a 26.5mm crown cap
Q: I would like to cork and cap (not cage) some Lambic Style beers. What size cork would I need for these 750mL bottles to fully insert them in the neck. Also would these be capped with a 26 or 29 mm crown?
A: if using a straight cork a #7 or #8 would be best. For capping, these would currently take a 26.5mm cap
Q: What size standard cork will work best for these champagne bottles? I’m bottling hard cider.
A: #7 or #8 straight corks would work best in the neck on these bottles
Q: Is the gold foil for the entire bottle ot just the top?
A: This would just cover the top of the bottle down to the shoulder
Q: I'm in need of antique green 750 ml bottles for and inspired veuve clicquot look
A: These bottles would b the closest coloration to that style of bottle that we currently offer
Q: I need to know the dimensions of the bottle for labels - need to know the height of the bottom part of the bottle that is flat - also need the diameter of the bottom portion
A: The bottom of the bottle measures 3 1/8", the "face" or flat portion of the bottle is about 4.25" in height and the circumference of the bottle is 10.25"
Q: What is the weight of each bottle?
Q: Do the green champagne bottles take a crown cap? Which size? Are they the American sized bottle crowns?
A: The bottles currently sold are taking a 26.5mm ca, the same as a standard beer bottle. The capper would would likely need to be a bench mounted capper as the hand held cappers do not always have a width on the jaws to accommodate the wider neck on a champagne style bottle
Q: looking to purchase green 750 ml green champagne bottles what country are these made in.
A: These were made in the US.
Q: What size cork do these take and really what size bottle cap? There are multiple questions on cap size with it saying both 26.5 and 29.
A: The current lot will accept a #7 stright cork, or a 26.5mm crown cap
Q: Will these bottles accept crown closures such as beer bottle closures?
A: They will accpet a 26.5mm crown cap
Q: Do these bottles have flat bottoms? Got any 750 ML dark green that are not flat bottoms
A: The bottles would currently ship with a flat, unpunted bottom
Q: To what volume of CO2 are these bottles rated for? Are they flat bottom?
A: The vendor does not currently list a PSI rating of the bottles, but the total is typically around the 60-70 PSI range. the bottles will have a flat bottom
Q: Are these cap-able for beer? if so what size cap do they take? Thank you.
A: The bottles can be capped and take a 29mm cap size
Q: Can you offer any discounts for a pallet of these? I am looking for about 500 bottles. Please quote shipping to 22902 Charlottesville, VA.
A: On bulk orders, we will usually offer 10% discount.
Q: What size cap does this bottle take - 26.5 mm or 29 mm (such as The Bruery bottles)?
A: A standard 26.5 mm crown cap will work with these bottles. But because of the shape of the neck a bench capper is recommended to cap the bottles.
Q: How tall is this bottle?
A: These bottles are 12" tall with a 3 - 1/4" base diameter.