hist-brewing: Bottles ?

Badger badger at nwlink.com
Fri Jul 2 00:54:41 PDT 1999


I am assuming you mean Pre-1600?

if so, there is archeological evidence of the use of bottles.

slight post period it was in Very common use. Sir Hugh Platt wrote about
them, and using them to carbonate in the bottles just like modern day
using corks.

badger

On Fri, 2 Jul 1999, Melanie Wilson wrote:

> As a matter of interest what do you lot use instead of bottles if you are
> creating a time pre glass bottles ?
> 
> Mel
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