Also known as a grenade or a pony. Coronita, Rolling Rock, and Miller High Life beers popularized nip bottles.  You’ll often see them in buckets of ice.

Nip (7 oz)

The stubby (also known as steinie) is very close to a standard bottle of beer, but the neck is a little smaller. A longneck is also referred to as the Industry Standard Bottle (ISB) in North America, as this is the standard 12 oz

Stubby and Longneck (12 oz)

When Belgian-sized beer bottles are not limited solely to Belgian brews, you will find that gueuze and lambic beers are stored this way.  Other Belgian beers come in the standard European size of 11.2 oz.

Belgian (375 ml or 12.7 oz)

Is the standard UK bottle different from the US standard? Yes, it is. The regular bottle in the UK is 500 ml. Other sizes include 275 ml or 330 ml (11.2 oz).

British (500 ml or 16.9 oz)

This 22 ounce bottle is meant to be shared with friends or drink a little less beer than two cans. Many craft breweries also used bombers for limited release brews for the longest time.

Bomber (22 oz)

Another bottle used for limited edition beers is the large format bottle (750 ml). Unlike the bomber, the large format is corked like a wine bottle. You will often find expensive beers, particularly stouts and imperial ales, stored this way.

Large Format Bottle (25.4 oz)