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FermZilla All Rounder Pressure Brewing Kit - 7.9 gal. / 30 L
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FermZilla All Rounder Pressure Brewing Kit - 7.9 gal. / 30 L

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Description

Grab everything you need to ferment under pressure with the FermZilla All Rounder and we'll toss in the BlowTie Spunding Valve for FREE!

This kit includes the 30L FermZilla All Rounder, ball lock cap adapters for the lid and collection container, floating dip tube with filter attachment, and the BlowTie 2 ball lock spunding valve. Everything you need to ferment under pressure, carbonate in vessel, and pressure transfer.

The FermZilla All Rounder is the most affordable pressurizable fermenter on the market. Although it doesn't feature a dump valve like the FermZilla Conical, the All Rounder carries the same pressure rating, making it an absolute steal if you're looking to ferment under pressure, perform pressure transfers, or want to carbonate and serve directly from the fermenter. The All Rounder is made from super smooth PET that's easy to clean, and the simple design means no nooks or crannies for microbes to hide. With a 4.75" lid opening, you'll have no trouble getting your arm inside to scrub away stubborn krausen rings. As with all FermZilla fermenters, the lid features molded drill locations that make installing accessories like a thermowell or Temp Twister Cooling Coil a breeze.

Why MoreBeer! loves the All Rounder FermZilla:
  • Super smooth PET makes cleaning very easy.
  • Pressure rated lid and PET material make for a better oxygen barrier than fermenters made of HDPE.
  • Lightweight and easy to move around, yet strong enough to be considered shatterproof.
  • The 4.75" lid opening makes it easy to get your arm inside and clean after use.
  • The lid is designed for the easy installation of accessories such as a thermowell or cooling coil.
  • Price! A pressurizable fermenter in this price range is an incredible value, and it opens the door for many cold-side processes that can't be done in a normal carboy or plastic fermenter.

What's Included:

  • FermZilla 30L All Rounder Fermenter
    • Stainless Steel Stand
    • Stainless Steel Handle
    • Top Lid with PRV (35 psi)
    • 3-Piece Airlock
    • Adhesive Thermometer
  • (1) Red Ball Lock Carbonation Cap
  • (1) Yellow Ball Lock Carbonation Cap
    • Use one color for gas and one for liquid!
  • Stainless Steel Float with Silicone Dip Tube
  • Mesh Filter Attachment
  • All Rounder Stand Harness
  • FREE BlowTie Spunding Valve

FermZilla All Rounder Specs:

  • 30 L (7.9 gal) Total Volume
  • Pressure Rated to 2.5 Bar (36.2 psi)
  • Height in Stand - 21.7"
  • Height w/ Airlock - 24.2"
  • Tank Diameter - 13.9" 
  • Lid & Collection Container Ports - 28 mm PCO 1881 threads
  • Temperature Rating:
    • When not under pressure, do not expose to liquids above 131°F
    • When under pressure, do not expose to any temperatures above 95°F*

*Please note that the temperature rating for the PET tank is lower when using it under pressure. When not under pressure, it is perfectly safe to transfer liquid into the tank below 131°F or to use hot liquids below this temp to clean the tank. When under pressure, you should make sure to keep your unit in an environment no hotter than 95°F and to keep your fermentation temperature below this temp as well. If you are using kveik yeast to ferment under pressure, we highly recommend using temperature control.

 

NOTE: FermZilla tanks are marked with a manufacturer’s “expiry date”. This does not indicate that the tank is bad after this date; it simply indicates that a hydro test may be in order. 2 years after production and every 2 years after first use, it is recommended that the tank be hydro tested to ensure the tank is holding pressure. Hydro test instructions are available here. You will also need the D1072 Green PRV to perform the test. If you do not plan to pressurize the fermenter, the test is not necessary.

Community Q&A

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Why did you choose this?
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Fermenter that allows for inexpensive closed system brewing and included necessary tubes and valves.
Wes C on Mar 6, 2023
Wanted the ability to pressure ferment and do closed transfers
Brian D on Feb 27, 2023
Fermenter that allows for inexpensive closed system brewing and included necessary tubes and valves.
Wes C on Mar 6, 2023
multiple positive reviews
Andrey S on Mar 6, 2023
Wanted the ability to pressure ferment and do closed transfers
Brian D on Feb 27, 2023
I want a new fermenter
Dale W on Feb 17, 2023
for pressure fermenting
Valued C on Feb 15, 2023
Purchasing a second one.
Jared W on Jan 26, 2023
Have one and love it, so buying another.
Raymond Paul L on Jan 18, 2023
Upgrade pros
Kaitlyn N C on Jan 18, 2023
research
FLOYD E. DANIELS, JR. on Jan 13, 2023
You tube video
Timothy O on Jan 11, 2023
To improve lagers
Robin D Hobgood I on Jan 6, 2023
Ready to start pressure fermenting
Joel F. on Jan 6, 2023
An upgrade to my new system
Adam Peppas on Jan 3, 2023
Its a great product, I already own one.
Joshua P on Jan 3, 2023
Want to be able to move beer in a closed system, and maybe ferment under pressure in the future
Chris L on Jan 3, 2023
have one
Jackie M on Dec 29, 2022
I wanted to pressure ferment a lager.
Codey D M on Dec 28, 2022
Old fermenter was losing too much beer.
Kurt15 on Dec 28, 2022
Closed transfers. Looks easy to clean. Pressure fermentation.
Adam K on Dec 22, 2022
Current first stage fermenter is 10+ years old, stained, etc. This is an improvement over a beer bucket.
Chuck C on Dec 15, 2022
My husband wants it for Christmas
Michelle P on Dec 13, 2022
Have seen good reviews and would like to upgrade my fermentation process
Radames S on Dec 12, 2022
Son's wish list
Ginger A on Dec 10, 2022
Tired of carboy bucket fermenters and modified kegs for pressure fermenting. s
Kevin Davis on Dec 6, 2022
I have a number of friends that use these with great success.
Bryon V on Dec 2, 2022
Good reviews
Chris V on Nov 30, 2022
I love it
Patrick C on Nov 22, 2022
Boyfriend makes his own beer and picked this item out
Francie Z on Nov 16, 2022
Fermentation under pressure
John t on Oct 26, 2022
Wanted an additional, small-batch capable, pressurizable fermenter.
Adam T on Oct 14, 2022
Good reviews
Greg P on Oct 14, 2022
good price good reviews
Robert W on Sep 27, 2022
reviews
Timothy Poulsen on Sep 16, 2022
like the first one
Daryl T on Sep 3, 2022
It barely fits in my chest freezer.
Steve S on Aug 31, 2022
I wanted a pressure fermenter for making lagers at room temp
Justin W on Aug 29, 2022
Wanted to pressure ferment ciders and cysers for carbonation during fermentation.
Christian J. C on Aug 26, 2022
Seen a few reviews and it seemed perfect for my needs.
Jeffrey C on Aug 26, 2022
Good reviews for pressure fermenting
Thomas P on Aug 9, 2022
Make lagers faster
Brendin J on Aug 5, 2022
wanted to ferment under pressure
Daryl T on Aug 1, 2022
Gasp! Because its beautiful.
Richard K B on Jul 29, 2022
great all in one kit
Roberto D on Jul 19, 2022
Cheapest price anywhere and have been wanting to pressure ferment for a while.
Logan B on Jul 17, 2022
Phasing out my glass carboys
Shuyler E on Jul 11, 2022
Saw good reviews on YouTube and wanted a smaller one too.
Jamie R on Jul 9, 2022
A more affordable option for pressure fermentation.
Michael J on Jul 8, 2022
Recommendation
Roderick P on Jul 5, 2022
I want to pressure ferment
Gene L on Jul 1, 2022
Value and features
Jay T on Jun 20, 2022
multiple positive reviews
Andrey S on Mar 6, 2023
I want a new fermenter
Dale W on Feb 17, 2023
Can this vessel be washed in a dishwasher?
Mike Josey on Feb 13, 2021
BEST ANSWER: This product is temperature rated to 122°F and dishwashers can exceed this temperature so a dishwasher is not advised.
Which stopper is needed when using the airlock?
Venn on Sep 12, 2022
BEST ANSWER: You'll need a spunding valve in order to ferment under pressure, which is the point of this fermenter.
Duotight BlowTie 2 | Complete Kit | Diaphragm Spunding Valve | Built-In Pressure Gauge | 0-15 PSI | 8 mm Duotight | CM Becker Ball Lock Quick Disconnect (QD)
Duotight BlowTie 2 | Complete Kit | Diaphragm Spunding Valve | Built-In Pressure Gauge | 0-15 PSI | 8 mm Duotight | CM Becker Ball Lock Quick Disconnect (QD)
After unscrewing the outer lid, what's the best way to remove the inner section (when pressure is released of course) ?
Kevin Vest on Aug 1, 2023
BEST ANSWER: Honestly, I use a thin bladed flat head screwdriver and gently pry enough room for a fingernail to get in. If you have a thin plastic putty knife I suppose that might work also. It does make small marks in the plastic but it does not affect the seal. A plastic fermenter won't live forever. Treat it as best you can and get as much life out of it as possible. Otherwise, RDWHAHB.
Will this fit in a 5 or 7 cu.ft. Chest freezer?
Derrick Altland on Jul 13, 2021
BEST ANSWER: This *just barely* fit in my 5 cubit foot chest freezer—with a short step stool to bump it up a bit so the curve of the fermenter could clear the compressor bump. And, I had to switch to a horizontal-style ball lock disconnect for the spunding valve to fit (like the torpedo ones).
Is the tubing 100% silicone?

I’m having trouble removing beer odors after a fermentation from the dip tube. Most 100% silicone can be baked at 350 for 1 hour to bake off odor. I was curious if it can be done with this tube.
Colby Bullock on Sep 20, 2022
BEST ANSWER: It appears to be 100%, but it's fairly cheap enough to just buy a roll of it... is the baking part doesn't work.
The description shows the Height w/ Airlock - 24.2", I'm assuming the height with the BlowTie spunding valve attached is that or less? I have a fermentation chamber I built that has a max height of 25" that it would need to fit in. Thx in advance for your reply.
Randy Rancier on Apr 4, 2023
BEST ANSWER: My spunding valve (blowing 2 I believe) is definitely taller than the airlock. You can force the spunding valve down to make it the same height but it doesnt feel great to do. Might be best to pick up some of the Eva tubing (the gas one) and extend the length from the outlet to the spending valve and then it won't be an issue at all. I will say, temperature control is far less important (might not matter at all) vs the pressure chosen when fermenting under pressure so getting it in a chamber is probably overkill aside from aestethitics
Reviews

4.7 / 5.0
34 Reviews
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Rated 5 out of 5
Under pressure
I've done a few batches ion this so far. Works great.
I haven't had a problem removing the lid yet. It needs to be kind of hard to remove to keep pressure, Right?
It kinda suck to clean but I got some neat brushes off amazon that fit the curve pretty well.
Its doing its thing.
Its doing its thing.
May 24, 2023
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
AWESOME!
Easy to clean and use. I haven't used the sounding valve as I had one from fermenting in kegs. This is a great upgrade from that as I can make a 5-gallon batch and I get to watch the fermentation action. Fermenting a dark lager in it now.
April 30, 2023
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
FermZilla All Rounder Pressure Brewing Kit - 7.9 gal. / 30 L
awesome, have 2, need more!!!!
March 28, 2023
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 3 out of 5
Limited Lifespan
The big problem is that the vessel wears out eventually and has to be replaced. That means an initial investment of $130 or so can end up costing a lot more over time. Also, the plastic can't take heat over 130 degrees, so you can't pour hot wort in. No problem if you use a chiller, which is a giant hassle, but not good for people like me who throw fermenters in swimming pools.

If you don't pressure-ferment, an All Rounder should last a very long time, but you might as well save money and use a bucket.

I bought 6-gallon Torpedo kegs for fermenting. Much better. They take pressure. They take heat. They cool fast in a swimming pool. They last.
March 12, 2023
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great fermenter, hard to beat for price.
This is an awesome fermenter, which is easy to use, clean, handles pressure, and isn't too large or expensive.
March 2, 2023
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Used it on a an IPA. Closed transfer to the keg. I fermented with no pressure for the fist 3 days and then at 0psi after the dry hop. Everything went smooth
January 9, 2023
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great product. Well engineered.
I highly recommend this fermenter. So easy to clean and sanitize and the pressure fermenting and transferring features worked perfectly. Likely going to add the hop bong once it's back in stock.
January 8, 2023
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great fermenter
Going on my second batch at the moment. It is a really good piece of equipment to add to your homebrewery. Really good deal for the price, you can ferment, carbonate, close transfer and even serve from it.
January 3, 2023
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great for the homebrewer!
I went away from bucket fermenters so I could brew better IPAs. Using the coil, temp control is super easy and simple. No O2 exposure when dry hopping with magnets andpressure keg transfers simplifies the whole process. You must ensure there are no air leaks which can be annoying, but take your time, tighten everything carefully, and check using StarSan solution in a spray bottle. Like any homebrew system, it just takes a little effort for excellent results.
Fermenting an IPA, 6.5 gals, under pressure, in the Fermzilla.
The final product was delicious!
December 27, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Lager Fast
Need a cold Lager for Thanksgiving
Great Product grain to keg 11 days! harvest yeast slurry
Cleaned: Spray hosed the trub ring. Then cleaned with micro cloth and oxy solution a @ 88F-31C Easy
What’s not to like.
November 18, 2022
Purchased
1 year ago