At one time or another most homebrewers bottle, it's a common entry way into homebrewing but even after moving to kegging it's still enjoyable to bottle fill some homebrew for easy travel and to gift out to friends and family. You simply add a priming sugar solution to your fermented beer, fill your bottles individually, cap those bottles and store them for a couple of weeks. We recommend checking one bottle after about a week or so to monitor the level of carbonation. We recommend storing your bottled beer in a room temperature area with minimal sunlight exposure. Once the beer is carbonated to the desired level you can move the rest of your bottle to the fridge to prevent them from over carbonating. Homebrew Supply has you covered with beer bottles, beer growlers, bottle caps, bottling buckets, bottling spigots, beer bottle fillers and bottle racks. So pick up some bottles, fill them up with some craft homebrew and after carbonation, crack one open and relax. Shop our available beer bottling equipment for sale below or contact our team today for more information about our beer bottling supplies! And, if you get tire of the tedious bottling process, check out our kegging kits!