Common Beer Bottle Names, Capacity, & Size Description The bottle runs about 6.25 inches tall.
This bottle is approximately 330ml capacity. It measures 23cms in height, width across base is 5.5cms approximately.
Each bottle holds up to 500 ml or 16.9 fluid ounces of liquid, close in comparison to industry standard pint size bottles . These bottles are 10.5″” tall and fit into crates so you can take your homebrew to parties, family gatherings, and vacations.
Industry Standard Bottle
In the United States and Canada, large bottles are 22 U.S. fl oz (650.6 ml; 22.9 imp fl oz), or one-sixth of a US gallon (colloquially called a “bomber”or a “deuce, deuce” or “double deuce”). Some breweries also choose to use 500 ml (16.9 U.S. fl oz; 17.6 imp fl oz) bottles, often for smaller batches of beer.
The 330ml serving seems to have originally come from the American use of fluid ounces, whereas the 500ml serving has come from the more European use of a half litre. Pubs in the UK are used to serving beer in pints, or half pints, but hardly any bottled beer is sold this way. So, we decided to look at bigger bottles .
The origin of the 12 oz bottle stretches back to the 1800s, but the sizing was really solidified after the end of Prohibition. While beer had come in various sizes before the ban on alcohol was instituted, the industry decided to adopt 12 ounces as the standard size once it was overturned.
A beer bullet (a.k.a. howler) is a smaller growler. Howlers hold 32 oz (946ml) of beer , half the size of a growler. You may have heard other names for a bullet such a “baby growler”, “a half growler”, 32 oz growler or “growlette.” – These are all referring to a 32 oz glass jug made to transport beer .
24 oz beers are Tall Boys, originally introduced by Schlitz in the 1950’s. The original Tall Boy, however, is the 16 oz beer.
Tallboy (16 oz) Though 12-oz cans have long been the standard, the 16-oz pint can, also called a “ tallboy ,” is becoming trendy for many craft brewers. How much is a 24 oz of beer ? One 24 oz can of 8.4% beer is equivalent to two 12 oz cans of 8.4% beer which is equivalent to 4 cans of 4.2% beer .
Average diameter of beer bottle cap is 1.17 inches.
In the United States, standard bottle sizes varied between 325 and 385 ml (11 and 13 US fl oz), before settling at 355 ml. Other beer bottle sizes included the “split,” 6 US fl oz, for stronger beers . Larger bottles are usually 650 ml (22 US fl oz).