Item #: Q76
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This 25.5mm by 34mm composite cork is specifically designed for corking Belgian Ales. This fits the Duval, Unibroue, and most American craft brew Belgian ale style bottles that are sealed with a cork.

This can be inserted in a Belgian style ale bottle with a floor corker only (a hand corker is not strong enough). You need to press down only part way when corking with a floor corker to sucessfully use these corks. Some brewers put a #6.5 stopper on the pushing shaft of their floor corker, so it does not go down all the way, preventing you from fully inserting this cork into a Belgian ale bottle (it is supposed to be inserted half way).

See the required wire tie downs when you put this in your cart. Wire tie downs can be secured with needlenose pliers. Pack of 30.

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by David
on 1/29/2014
from Earth
Not all corks are created equal
These corks are swell. If you are brewing belgian than it is worth the trouble to cork your brew in 750s. Nothing like a pop before the old glug-glug-glug. Also 750s and corks + cages are pretty necessary for high gravity/highly carbonated belgian styles. I have tried corks from several other mega-online suppliers and these were the best by far. Many corks do not hold their shape when they have pressure from corker applied to them. Not these. Nice solid construction. Also very competitively priced. Only flaw is they don't cork themselves.
by Wade H.
on 5/5/2009
These corks are great!
Pros: These corks work great in bottling my Belgian beers.  They form a nice tight seal necessary to carbonate Belgian beers to the appropriate pressure, although you need to use the wire cages.  The material they are made from holds up nicely when compressing the corks before inserting into the bottles.
by Wade H.
on 5/5/2009
These corks are great!
Pros: These corks work great in bottling my Belgian beers.  They form a nice tight seal necessary to carbonate Belgian beers to the appropriate pressure, although you need to use the wire cages.  The material they are made from holds up nicely when compressing the corks before inserting into the bottles.
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JTMoney
1/11/2019 10:01:00 PM
Are these corks stamped with a REF? Made by DIAM?
There are no markings stamped onto these corks.
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