Beer Bottles with Flip top stopper

These bottles are gorgeous, the ahve a beutiful color, cobalt-blue, and they hold 32 oz. I love the fact that they are larger, and they are very thick. You can virtually brew anything in them from beer to water kefir soda, and kombucha. 

The flip top stopper ensures an airtight seal everytime, so you don't have to worry about spoilage, or bad batches.

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