These superbly engineered counter top cappers are designed to seal beer bottles with 26mm diameter crown caps
They are height adjustable so will accommodate from small to large beer bottles and if required can be bolted to the counter. Simply place the crown cap onto the magnet inside the crimping cup, place capper over the neck of the beer bottle and with one hand pull down on the lever. Very easy to use this will make bottling so easy! To release the sealed bottle simply pull the bottle towards you.
Recycle those old beer bottles and give your own brew a professional touch with this quality product.
Crown Capper for 26mm caps, made from a sturdy metal construction.
This Bottle Capper is perfect for fitting metal crown caps to both glass and PET plastic bottles. Their two handled/twin lever design makes them quick, easy and safe to use for easy fitting of 26mm crown caps
Ascorbic Acid is an anti-oxidant used as a partial substitute for sulfur dioxide, or used to prevent oxidation, which creates a dull and unpleasant flavor, and to prevent discoloring in the final product. Recommended for wines that discolor easily.
Ascorbic Acid, like Copper Sulfate, is often used to treat hydrogen sulfide (H2S) or ‘mercaptans’, which presents as a rotten egg scent in your wine. Try treating first with Copper Sulfate but if the problem persists, then treatment with Ascorbic Acid will be necessary. If you have advanced H2S ‘disulfide’, the scent could be described as burnt rubber or garlic-like and the wine will not improve with the treatment of Copper Sulfate alone. The use of 0.25gm Ascorbic Acid per gallon will often help by converting the disulfides back to mercaptans. The process may take up to three weeks, after which the wine should be treated with Copper Sulfate.