Sturdy and Highly UsefulI was doubtful that this tree could hold as many wine bottles as it claimed, thinking maybe only beer bottles would fit, but I was wrong. Forty-five standard 750ml bottles or about 22 extra large bottles can fit and is sturdy enough to do just that. I couldn't dry bottles without this so it pays for itself. I highly recommend this.
5Good rackThis bottle drying tree is sturdy and well built. I just used it to sanitize my 16 oz Grolsch bottles for my latest batch of beer. It seems to be designed for 12 oz bottles but was able to handle the wider bottles fine. A little tight, but fine.
5Excellent time saver for bottling dayAs a "small batch" brewer (2.5 gallons) I was hesitant to buy this thinking I probably didn't need it. I was wrong. I bottled my latest IPA a few days ago and this drying tree was indispensable and made my bottling process faster and much less messy. Instead of having my bottles sitting around all over the kitchen and never really getting fully dry I was able to wash them all and rack them onto this tree, then sanitize them all and do the same. I had a mixture of about 30 small and large bottles on the tree with no issue. Once they were dry I just carried the tree to my bottling area and pulled them off one by one as needed. This is now an essential part of my process and I have zero regrets. Cheers!
5OMG!!! BEST. SOLUTION. EVAR!Yup. Buy it. This is what you want for kombucha bottle management.I can fit a LOT of one liter bottles on here same as 12 and 26 ouncers. The metal sealing bail mechanism on grolsch style bottles is not an issue. You just gotta rotate them in there toward the bottom as you stack them into the drying rack.It's not side heavy either, you can load up one side and leave the other side empty and it's still ok on the counter.It's better to rotate and balance them when you need to move it though.I never had an issue with the base overflowing. When I worried it was getting a bit accumulated, I just soaked it up with a dishtowel then squeezed it out.The handle is also awesome.Look, this is what you need if washing and drying bottles is a pain in your butt. And it's really really inexpensive for what you get and how USEFUL it is.
5Nice RackVery sturdy. Looks like a plant in a planet in the original Star Trek but it works great. One thing I appreciate about it is how it collapses down for storage. Check the picture.
5you can fit wine bottles easily. Seems really sturdyThis thing really does hold 45 bottles- and I darn near got close to 45 wine bottles too. If you off set the pegs on each layer, you can fit wine bottles easily. Seems really sturdy, but I really did not want to move it around after loading it up.. it is freakin heavy.. The run off lip at the bottom could be a little taller, otherwise you can actually over flow it if your just washing putting right onto the rack.
5LOVE it! Makes bottling kombucha so much easier!I make kombucha every week and lately had to up my output from 2 batches to 3 since my kids now drink it instead of soda -- yay! Until I got this thing, I had been letting the kombucha bottles dry in the regular drying rack, which was fine but they took up a lot of space and frequently tipped over. Then I got the brilliant idea to dry them in the oven to help sterilize them. That worked until the lids melted and I had to order new ones. So I found this handy thing, and it's been a breeze ever since. This tree really does fit 45 bottles all at once, and it has a handle that really works, which is great when I want to move the bottles to the storage closet. Plus the bottles are perfectly dry in less than a day, so it makes the whole kombucha process that much easier and faster. I do wish it weren't grey and red, since it really doesn't match my kitchen in the slightest, but that's not its fault -- It's AWESOME!
5i liked it enough to buy 2!You can't beat this, especially not for the price ($20 when I got them)! I bought 2 so that it would hold all of my pump supplies as well as my bottles. Even with the wide base, it takes up less room than most bottle racks. It's also very sturdy if you remove the base but I use it since I have 2 racks and the base has a nice lip to catch any water that might driAp. My only complaint is that I wish the pegs were a little longer so the taller bottles would be slightly more vertical and drain a bit better.
5Light, solid, sturdy: a must have item for every homebrewer.I never needed one of these until recently. The last few years I had a dishwasher so I just used the top shelf as a dry rack for bottling. However, I wish I had had this YEARS ago because it's good for more than just pre-staging bottles before bottling. Whenever I drink a homebrew I immediately wash out the bottle and then stick it on the tree. After a week or so I'll grab all the dry bottles off the tree and put them in a box where they'll sit for another month or two until I'm ready to bottle the next batch.This tree is light, but solid and sturdy.You can customize the size. Each rung of the "trunk" screws together. I assume you could buy two trees and make one really tall tree if you needed to.
5Using for 12oz beer bottles - Collapsible for easy cleaning and storageFlat racks with holes look simpler, but take more space when not in use, require a drip pan to keep bottles off other surfaces, and require a larger space to clean, unless you're just going to hose it down. I have a smaller space to work with for my brewing supplies and prefer to sanitize everything with StarSan solution, so this tree is perfect for me.The rows screw and unscrew from each other easily, so I can submerge them in sanitizing solution for use and arrange them neatly within the base for storage afterward.The tree will fit 45x 12-oz. longneck bottles - just make sure to offset each row from the one before it. Initially, I was worried about the stability of the tree with a full load of bottles, but it's more sturdy than I expected.Only one complaint - you can't purchase additional rows separately. The average 5gal batch makes enough beer to fill about 46-52 bottles, so I would prefer one more row of 9.
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