Bottles

  1. On the 4th Day of Christmas

    On the fourth day of Christmas, my craft brew love gave to me... 4 Bottle Styles! BOB keeps great company, doesn't he? They’re not quite Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, and Vixen, but Heritage, Pinnacle, Bomber, and Celebration are a close second. Whether you need 750s for sharing, 22s for a premium look, or single-serving 12oz bottles, we’ve got you covered this...
  2. On the 3rd Day of Christmas

    On the third day of Christmas, my craft brew love gave to me... 3 Hot Gobs! Molten "gobs" prepare to drop into the moulds. Ever wondered how a glass bottle is made? Well, it all starts with molten glass heated to around 2800 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, through precisely timed processes, perfectly weighted amounts of molten glass - called “gobs”...
  3. On the 2nd Day of Christmas

    On the second day of Christmas, my craft brew love gave to me... 2 Plants Producing! BOB's Sapulpa, OK Plant BOB's Burlington, WI Plant The first-rate quality of BOB’s glass bottles is the product of two highly-sophisticated glass manufacturing plants in Sapulpa, OK and Burlington, WI. Strict quality control measures along with specialized machinery and highly-trained personnel keep glass bottle...
  4. The Alternative to Wholesale Beer Bottles

    whole·sale /ˈhōlˌsāl/ Noun: The selling of goods in large quantities to be retailed by others.  For as long as BOB can remember, microbrewers have lived with the same three basic options to purchase beer bottles:  Small Quantities from Retailers Medium to Large Quantities from Distributors Large Quantities from the Manufacturer  Of course, as costs pass down from manufacturer to distributor...

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