How to Clean Bottles For Your Homebrew
Posted on March 23, 2010 by mike
Bottle cleaning for your homebrew can be a tedious process and really no matter how you cut it, it is going to be a time commitment. I know when I was a beginner, I was wondering how I could save all these bottles I was drinking of craft brew for my homebrew. I started with some Dawn and water and spent a lot of time scrapping labels off with a knife and then sanitizing the bottle before filling it. As I searched the internet for help and, tried a couple of things on my own, I found the following to be a great process for cleaning bottles for my homebrew without spending a bunch of money on fancy tools like a bottle tree or a bottle rinse head for my faucets, plus I saved a lot of time with labels and pretty much guaranteed no stuck on gunk in my bottles or chlorine flavors from bleach.
The following is one avenue on how to clean bottles for your homebrew. If you have other ways that work really well, I’d love to hear about them. So please feel free to comment or send me a message on twitter.
I know a lot of people hate cleaning bottles, but I rather enjoy it. I find that no one wants to help me so its a time for me to grab a beer, turn on some tunes and have some me time doing something extremely easy.
How To Clean Bottles For Your Homebrew