Message from discussion Crown cap "putter-onner"
From: Richard Jary <j...@terrigal.net.au>
Subject: Re: Crown cap "putter-onner"
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> > Sounds like you have a hammer capper.
> From someone who knows... I used to bottle my homebrew this way.. until
> one day when the bottle broke as I was capping.
I find a good quality pair of gardening gloves can assist with stopping the
broken glass from doing nasty things to fingers.
I seem to have the technique down pat now, if anything breaks it is usually
a crack forming at the bottom of the bottle, either around the base or the
side falling out. Don't have too much trouble with the necks.