Can Your Homebrew – Homebrew Scale at Home Can Seamer!

homebrew can seamer

Want to can your homebrew?  This is an affordable [read “affordable” reasoning below] homebrew-scale at home can seamer!

from the eBay description:

“An amazing new innovation in Homebrewing!

Seal your own 12 oz or 16 oz beer cans right at home. Fill them with homebrew or your favorite beverage, then I set onto stage and give it a few cranks to perfectly seal. You can also remove the hand Crank and hook up to a drill for a more automated setup.

Cans are recyclable, can be taken on the river, to the beach, camping, hiking and are much more versatile than glass. Canned beer lasts years longer than glass. Not to mention having your own canned beer is incredibly cool!”

As if this posting, this is eBay offering is selling for $769.  You may be thinking… $769?  Affordable?  For a can seamer, this is affordable.  A few years it would have cost you thousands of dollars to get a can seamer setup.  Something like $10,000.  I tried to talk that company that made that setup into making a scaled down version for homebrewers and they had no interest.  Shipping is also free to select addresses.  Check the listing for up to the minute price, description and availability.

All American Personal Beer Can Seamer Homebrew Canner for 12 & 16 oz Cans 225

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8 thoughts on “Can Your Homebrew – Homebrew Scale at Home Can Seamer!

  1. Paul

    I have used my can seamer for many homebrew beers but occasionally after chilling the can has shrunk as in not firm and is dented in. I shake it and it becomes firm again. Any ideas why some do that?

    1. Marco

      What temp did you package at? Did you place the lid on foam? Could be that the fills are low from the beer not being cold enough at canning so when the liquid contracts as it chills and the dissolved gases mellow out you’ll lose a bit of pressure inside the can causing it to bow in

    1. nathan

      There are a ton of places you can find the cans. You just have to buy more in bulk so like 200+ and if you wanna design lables and such. It comes out to be cheaper for sure and being able to go right from keg into can and keep all the c02 inside your beers I feel would be huge. Just have to pay the initial costs which for the canner is expensive.


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