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The most reliable way to get you beer shipped in China is as checked baggage on a plane. It will be quick, partly air conditioned and only a few people will have the opportunity to throw it on the ground. I don't think you could even get on a train with bottles, because of the restrictions on liquids. FYI, local pro brewers and european importers only ship ...


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Google for polystyrene wine storage. Those containers are great for shipping beer and you can get them in various sized. When you have your container get bubble wrap and place a double layer of bubble wrap in the bottom of each pocket. Cool your beer to close to 0C, Don't worry, it won't freeze. Just before shipping, remove the beers from the fridge and ...


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All you can really do is ensure that your fermentation, sanitation and bottling practices are as sound as possible. You should (as you seem to) definitely expect that your beer will see the worst conditions you could think of, chiefly: heat and cold (and rapid and frequent swings between the two); and near-constant agitation. To combat this, you'll want to ...


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I have actual experience with this... For a period of time I was "bottling" with mason jars off the fridge taps for co workers (the ease of filling is still tempting). I was finding that after about 4 hours unrefrigerated (I don't have any data on long term refrigerated storage) the lid would peak outward and crease about from the center to the band (the ...


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Couldn't find the compressive strength of glass compared to the tensile strength of glass, but a mason jar would probably be able to withstand higher pressure acting on the outside (as in canning, or under vacuum) than pressure acting from the inside, even if the compressive and tensile strengths are the same. As far as the light is concerned, just put the ...



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