KEEPS OUT CONTAMINANTS AND UV RAYS: The silicone gasket lid provides an airtight seal and reduces the chance of any potential leakage. It is securely sealed with a sturdy wire assembly and keeps out UV rays with the amber-colored glass.
PRESERVES THE PREMIUM FLAVOR: It can hold 2 liters of your favorite beer, wine, kombucha, soda, sauce, tea, and more. The solid glass construction means that you can finally store distilled water in the fridge without tasting plastic or metal. No plastic liner means that your beverage maintains premium flavor.
DRESS UP ANY AREA: It can also be used as a stylish décor display. The possibilities are endless.
BUILT TO LAST: Constructed from amber-colored glass with a stainless steel latch, silicone gasket, plastic lid, and brushed stainless steel handle for strength and longevity that resists rust and corrosion and gives it girth, heart, and can hold the life of your brew without exploding or shattering.
VARIOUS APPLICATIONS: 12.5 inches (31.8cm) tall with 0.75-inch (1.9cm) tall swing lid closure on top; 4.75-inch (12.1cm) tapered base diameter; 2.8-inch (7.1cm) wide ID mouth; Holds and preserves 2 liters (0.5 gallon) of your favorite brew, batches of beer, wine, kombucha, soda, condiment, sauce, kefir, carbonated seltzer water, apple or grape juice, syrup, tea; Attractive way to display décor or store loose change, baking ingredients, cooking oils, household cleaner, and more.
EASY TO USE: Fill to the line on neck. To secure your liquid, simply flip the top onto the bottle, center the lid, and clamp it down. No need to buy bottle caps; flip-top style means bottling is made simple; Easy to carry with brushed stainless steel handle that is long and wide to easily fit any size hand; Reusable so you can make multiple batches of your delicious home brew.
HISTORY: At the beginning of the 1970’s the antique dealer Mr. Erich Wassmann bought and old beersiphon (growler). For many decades such beer siphons used to be found in most households as was the case in the Wassmann household. As a boy he often had to take such a growler to get his father’s evening drink from the nearby pub. Growlers were replaced by lower cost returnable and later disposable bottles and cans. The old growler brought back a rush of old memories to him. As a result of his love of tradition Erich Wassmann came up with the idea to re-introduce the growler to the brewing industry. In 1975 his idea became reality, and today these growlers are sold worldwide by Industrieglas Wassmann GmbH & Co. KG, which is now being run by the third generation, led by family Lange.