first i want the crok bottle not a bottle. second i am in a country that selling the alcohol is illegal. i took me 3 months to get almost all the kit.You can use beer bottles. It won't look elegant. But a bottle capper is only about 15$ I use coronita bottles 7 oz as tasting bottles. Never had a problem.
i have airlock just ordered it from Amazon, but it doesn't have croks with them so i need to make one some says use beer caps, but i don't know if that will work with me.Get yourself a 6 gallon plastic pail to begin the process. Very few people use crocks anymore. Once it needs to be put in a jug you could use one of the 5 gallon jugs they use for water coolers with some sort of airlock for it. Not sure if you have those there but they probably are.
I have an old 2 gallon crock, similar to that one in your pic. Love that old stuff. I use it when fermenting veggies, etc. Right now I have it full of homemade apple cider vinegar, similar to Braggs), that I started a couple months ago - need to bottle that up. Always busy.What do you mean by crok? Are you meaning corks to put in the opening of the bottles or crocks, which are a heavy large ceramic vessel some use to make wine in? Big difference and we need to know which you mean.
Beer caps and a capper could be an option. Also flip top style bottles and as mentioned screw top bottles.i have airlock just ordered it from Amazon, but it doesn't have croks with them so i need to make one some says use beer caps, but i don't know if that will work with me.