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Just wondering if anyone else has had any interesting experiences when choosing a bottle for their brand? Has anyone gone through with a custom bottle design? We've been looking into a bottle shape that isn't often used in alcohol, but just got word from the bottle supplier that their cap isn't rated for anything above 10% ABV. I'm trying to learn more about Plastisol seals since they seem to be in a lot of caps. Does anyone know if they'll hold up to 80 proof well?
Semi-automatic Bench line for distillery SEMIAUTOMATIC 4 NOZZLES VACUUM FILLER - $2,640.00 OPTIONAL FILTERING - $534.00 AIR-OPERATED BENCH TOP CORKER AND CAPPER - $1,296.00 SEMIAUTOMATIC LABELLING MACHINE M2R FOR ROUND AND SQUARE BOTTLES WITH DIGITAL DSPLAY - $4,080.00 OPTIONALS: KIT FOR SQUARE BOTTLES LABELLING - $1,536.00 HOT FOIL PRINTER - $2,575.00 DOUBLE FLOOR STAINLESS STEEL BENCH - $1,944.00 Spec and pictures at : https://www.dropbox.com/s/3df58jn0y953owr/Semiautomatic bench line for spirits.pdf?dl=0
Not sure where the best place to ask this question is, so I am starting out in equipment. If I need to move this thread please let me know We are partnering with a small distiller out of CA to launch a new sparkling spirt, 15% ABV. We have been looking at different closures. What provides the best bang for the buck? We were thinking either Stelvin or a Crown Cap. It seems like a Stelvin capper is pretty expensive but is much faster, but I can't seem to find out if the will stand up to pressure. We are currently carbonating to about 2.5-3.0 atmospheres. If we use a Crown Cap and a bench press our bottle cost goes way up. Crown top seems to be a bit more expensive, maybe because it is used mainly for Champaign? Is there a place to find used equipment or should I just bite the bullet and Poney up for a stelvin finisher? Hoping somebody might be able to point us in the right direction. Thanks!!! Ben