Beer/Cider Bottling Options

We offer a variety of bottling option for your freshly-brewed beer or cider. You are more than welcome to bring in your own bottles provided they are CLEAN, and not twist off, and finally able to handle carbonation. No wine bottles that use corks.

We can supply you with as many bottles you may need. Here is a list of choices:

Full Batch Discount: Buy a full batch of any of our glass or plastic bottle options when bottling with us and get 15% off - mix and match any combination of glass or plastic bottles to receive this offer

355ml Aluminum CansAluminum cans are a good solution for those who prefer the convenience of not having to wash their bottles. However, this is the most expensive option for your ongoing use as they are not reusable. We offer a state-of-the-art canning machine to easily seam your beer cans.

$0.35 ea
About 133 Per Batch
~$46.55+tax for a full batch
500ml Plastic Bottles - Green or AmberReusable, caps included when bottling with us.$0.95 ea
About 96 Per Batch
~$77.50+tax for a full batch
1 Litre Plastic Bottle - Green or AmberReusable, caps included when bottling with us.$1.60 ea
About 48 Per Batch
~$65.25+tax for a full batch
650 ml Glass Rockets Reusable, caps included when bottling with us.$1.25 ea
About 72 Per Batch
~$76.50+tax for a full batch
500 ml Swingtop GlassReusable, tops included. These are some of the highest quality bottles available. Great for home brewing and fermenting too!$2.85 ea
About 96 Per Batch
~$232.50+tax for a full batch
355 ml GlassReusable, caps included when bottling with us.$0.95 ea
About 133 Per Batch
~$107.50+tax for a full batch
2L Stainless Steel GrowlerThe ultimate! Reusable, cap included. Not really for full batches as you would need 24 of them.$25 each + tax

Prices do not include sales tax

Caring for your reusable bottles

Plastic and glass bottles are reusable and therefore are a one-time cost for your ongoing brewing experience. Always rinse your bottles immediately after they are emptied. Do not use soap - a simple rinse with hot water is usually sufficient provided bottles are rinsed promptly. A strong bleach solution can be used if you leave to soak overnight and rinse thoroughly afterwards. Our bottle sanitizing machine is available for your use before bottling; it will sterilize and rinse your bottles but it cannot remove mould or other pervasive organics.