Schlitz bottle dating


24-May-2018 23:10

(I say imitation, because the true "long neck" aka "export" "tall neck" "returnable/refillable", etc., should be crown capped - needing a opener (not a twist-off).

Well, for me anyway.) When Rolling Rock switched from that "select" style for it's "throw-aways" in the early '80's to a version of a "squat long neck" (think- today's Sierra Nevada bottle) to better imitate the standard silk screened RR returnable, they called the select style they had been using "grenade shaped".

Usually this means a cool, dry place around 50-60 degrees Fahrenheit away from any direct light; so basically the opposite of a store shelf. Beers high in hops or low in alcohol (under 6% alcohol by volume) typically are best consumed relatively fresh.

The long and short of it is that you should probably pay attention to dates on bottles, and try to pick up the freshest beer you can.

The bottle I really wanted to know about was definitely the second picture.

So the one in the second picture was called a select? That is why I didn't post a picture of the Miller bottles because they were clear and the majority of the those types of bottles were brown if my memory serves me.

While there’s a chance an old bottle of beer at the store will be just fine, that’s a risk not worth taking.

Try to avoid any bottle at the store with dust on it, that way you can age it yourself properly if you want and ensure it will mature the right way.

I know what Long Necks are but I was curios about the other types of bottles. Here is a link to another picture from a Schlitz add that has the bottles in question in it. -Beerking "Asking whether computers can think is like asking if submarines can swim." Inventor of the Rauch Heller Bock style of beer! (Rauch Heller Bock) 1st place Smoked/Wood Aged Beer - 2008 Longshot NE Region The two Schlitz bottles you've posted (one here and the one you added later and also posted on Beer Advocate) are two different designs.As for the second Schlitz bottle (in the smaller ad) which is similar in shape to the current Miller High Life bottle- I've seen them called "select" in old brewers publications.That design was often used by brewers for their pricier beers while their "regular" or "popular" priced beers were still in that US version of a stubby bottle, circa 1960-1970's.The two Schlitz bottles you've posted (one here and the one you added later and also posted on Beer Advocate) are two different designs.

Well, for me anyway.) When Rolling Rock switched from that "select" style for it's "throw-aways" in the early '80's to a version of a "squat long neck" (think- today's Sierra Nevada bottle) to better imitate the standard silk screened RR returnable, they called the select style they had been using "grenade shaped". That is why I didn't post a picture of the Miller bottles because they were clear and the majority of the those types of bottles were brown if my memory serves me.The date you see on most beer bottles are not expiration dates but ‘pull dates,’ which are the dates retailers are instructed to pull beers off a shelf if they haven’t sold yet.



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