What's the glass beer bottle pressure?

April 03, 2023

The pressure requirements of glass beer bottles are a key design and engineering issue that requires consideration of multiple factors, including the carbonation level of the beer, temperature changes, bottle design and thickness, etc.

The standard pressure for glass beer bottles is generally around 12 bar to 16 bar, which equals 1.2Mpa to 1.6Mpa, some special bottles can take 2.0MPa.


It's important to note that the pressure rating for a glass beer bottle can vary depending on the manufacturer and the intended use of the bottle. Some beer bottles may be designed to withstand higher or lower pressures, depending on the brewing process, the carbonation level of the beer, and other factors.


In general, it's important to ensure that the bottle you are using is designed to handle the pressure of the beer it contains and to follow the manufacturer's recommendations for storage and handling. Over-pressurizing a glass bottle can cause it to break, leading to a risk of injury or damage.


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