These bottles accept traditional Crown Caps
, which are sold separately. Bottles come packed 24 to a case.
This is the traditional beer bottle. The 12 ounce beer bottle is better knows as a "North American Longneck". Obviously is a type of beer bottle with a long neck. It is known as the standard longneck in the bottle industry, or "Industry Standard Bottle (ISB). The ISB longnecks have a uniform capacity, height, weight and diameter. The US ISB longneck is 355 ml (12.0 U.S. fl oz).
In Canada, in 1992, the large breweries all agreed to use a 341 ml (11.5 U.S. fl oz) longneck bottle of standard design (named AT2), thus replacing the traditional stubby bottle and an assortment of brewery-specific long-necks which had come into use in the mid-1980s.
In Australia, the term "longneck" is applied to bottles of this style with 750 ml (25.4 U.S. fl oz) capacity.