Superior to a carboy, the Big Mouth Bubbler Plastic is a virtually indestructible fermentor, equipped with 3″ thick anti-flex ribs, a punted bottom and decreased base diameter for extreme strength and durability. Its smaller footprint preserves precious brew cave space and allows for convenient storage inside a standard brewing bucket. The punted bottom promotes crystal-clear beer by efficiently settling out yeast from finished fermentations. Graduation marks make volume measurement instant and effortless. And, of course, its revolutionary wide mouth eliminates the nightmare of cleaning and sanitizing by giving you direct hands-on access to attack crusted krausen, while simultaneously offering unlimited flexibility in dry-hopping and flavor additions. Best of all, it will not shatter when dropped or knocked. The new Big Mouth Universal Lid (included) fits all Big Mouth Bubbler Fermentors. The Big Mouth Bubbler Universal Lid is just like a traditional carboy bung, only bigger! Just as easy to sanitize and set in place too. Ribbed silicone rings ensure a positive seal to keep out pests, while the non-threaded design allows the lid to move preventing an out-of-control fermentation from dangerously pressurizing your fermentor. The optional Dual Port Lid allows for the use of a temperature controller probe. The ThermoStar Dual-Mode Digital Temperature Controller with optional 12″ stainless probe ensures precise and repeatable fermentation temperatures! Lid ports work with our Small Universal Stopper or a standard 6.5 rubber stopper. 5 gallon capacity, Height: 22″, Diameter: 10″
Revolutionary wide mouth eliminates the nightmare of cleaning and sanitizing. Stick your arm in to clean the entire inside with a swipe of the cleaning cloth.
Superior to a carboy; A virtually indestructible fermentor
Volume markers molded into the side of the vessel
Uses a Standard-sized #6.5 Stopper (not included); ports that can accommodate most fermentation-monitoring equipment
5 gallon fermenters are best for the secondary conditioning stage of beer fermentation.