What Temperature Does a Beer Bottle Melt at?

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Beer bottles melt at the same temperature as other glass, which is anywhere from 1400 to 1650 degrees. If slumping glass, the temperature should be around 100 to 1250 degrees. Slumped beer bottles are used in arts and crafts projects.
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Actually glass is molten at 1575 c (2300 deg f) If you are trying to slump the glass between 1700 and 1800 deg f should do it. It really depends on thickness, color, speed of temp
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