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Do you reuse the orginal caps if not what do you do?
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you shouldnt use a lot of newer plastic bottles, not because of the
pressure, plastics are tougher than people give them credit, but for the
reason that a lot are biodegradable, aka, gets into your drinks...this is
also why bottled water has a use by date...

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noway@none.com wrote:
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The general consensus seems to be that plastic is OK if you are not
planning to store your beer for long. I suppose that that translates as
fine for ales but not so for lagers or wines.

Personally, when I am bottling a brew (I usually keg) I use glass but
always fill one plastic bottle so I can keep track of carbonation.

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said in alt.beer.home-brewing:

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When I used to use soda bottles I either used the original caps or a
Carbonator.

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