Glass Jar Fermenter Kit | 1 Gallon | Plastic Lid | Airlock

Glass Jar Fermenter Kit | 1 Gallon | Plastic Lid | Airlock

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  • Perfect for fermenting small batches of beer, kombucha, wine, cider, mead, and more!
  • Clear glass allows you to monitor fermentation activity as it happens
  • Includes S-shaped airlock and airlock grommet

This fermenter kit is great for those small one gallon batches. Whether you enjoy brewing small batches or want to test things on a small scale this is a great glass fermenter.  This is also a great fermentation setup for making homemade kombucha!


  • Glass 1 gallon jar
  • Screw top lid with hole and airlock grommet
  • S-Shaped airlock
Item # FE307
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Weight 3 LBS
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It was a good deal
Donald T on Jan 11, 2023
For fermenting food
Olivia L on Dec 3, 2022
It was a good deal
Donald T on Jan 11, 2023
good price
Michelle S on Dec 20, 2022
For fermenting food
Olivia L on Dec 3, 2022
for gal side &wide opening
stanley c on Oct 8, 2021
for making wine
niki t. on Jun 17, 2021
Great price!
Arnold E L on Apr 28, 2021
Secondary ferment on mead
Byron D on Apr 22, 2021
Purchased for small batches of mead, trying new recipes
Erin A E on Apr 15, 2021
To make pickles
Cliff H on Apr 12, 2021
Mead Making
Stephan S on Apr 1, 2021
general brewing
Timothy P on Mar 4, 2021
Mead making
Mitchell A on Sep 22, 2020
to turn 1-5 gallon batch into 5-1 gallon batches with different additives during secondary
John Layton on Jun 25, 2020
January L on Jun 13, 2020
great price for the kit
Bryan James B on Jun 4, 2020
Making Kvass and other fermentation projects
Dylan A on May 21, 2020
Solution for fermenting food - pickles, sour kraut, etc.
Craig S on May 16, 2020
Tepache, sauerkraut, assorted fermentation
Reed B on May 15, 2020
For fermentation projects (kombucha, wine, cider).
Brandon W on Apr 23, 2020
Small batch brewing
Zachary F on Apr 15, 2020
For meade and sauerkraut
Nicholas P on Apr 2, 2020
Plastic bucket used now not holding up
Jeff L on Mar 17, 2020
I'm too busy to burp a jar!
Blythe P. N on Mar 4, 2020
To ferment kimchi and pickles
Christopher Brian S on Jan 18, 2020
Aging small batch meads
Mike Frye on Dec 3, 2019
good value vs re-cap with stopper/airlock
Daniel L on Nov 12, 2019
for small batches of hot sauce
Valued C on Oct 14, 2019
I want to make more small batches.
Andrew G on Oct 10, 2019
For making home wine
Deborah L G on Aug 28, 2019
Complete kit we've used before.
3 Keys Brewing and E on Jun 22, 2019
To ferment kimchi and saurkraut
Eric k on Apr 9, 2019
make mede
tracy g on Dec 18, 2018
To make mead
Hondo S on Aug 18, 2018
gonna use for mead and pickling
Nickolas Van Beek on Aug 9, 2018
Secondary mead and fruit infusion
Catherine J on Jun 12, 2018
needed for small batch brewing
Shawn L on Mar 16, 2018
I will be making leads as well as doing secondary fermentation in the future. Buying this now saved me the shipping costs.
Ismail A on Mar 16, 2018
To make small experimental batches.
Heather B on Feb 5, 2018
good price
Michelle S on Dec 20, 2022
for gal side &wide opening
stanley c on Oct 8, 2021
Is this appropriate for making 1 gallon batches of beer? Asking because it seems to just hod a gallon without much space for foam/gas.
Jennifer Figueroa on May 1, 2020
BEST ANSWER: You are correct that there is very little headspace for krausen (foam) when doing a beer batch. As the other answer says, other fermentations don't require as much headspace as they don't foam as much. If using this for beer we would recommend a nice blow-off tube or doing a slightly smaller batch to create more headspace. Perhaps you could brew a 1.5 gallon batch into 2 fermenters and try out your recipe with 2 different yeasts.
does this have a flat bottom to use on a stir plate?
Roy Reagan on Aug 4, 2021
BEST ANSWER: The center raises from the edges. The center is flat for about 3 inch diameter. The rest has about 1/4” change from outside edge

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Rated 4 out of 5
A little on the small side.
These fermenters are nice except for one thing. They are only a gallon if filled up to the base of the cap. If you add headroom for primary fermentation action, the usable volume is more like a pint less or 7 pints (?112 oz). This is not really a big deal but I wish some of the manufacturers would be more specific. If your selling something as a fermentation vessel, it would be good to know how much usable volume for fermentation it actually possesses.
November 7, 2022
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Affordable and efficient
Simple and efficient. The wide mouth makes it the perfect test batch fermenter or melomel trial fermenter.
October 21, 2022
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great little fermenters.
Very much recommended. Running small test batches.
November 3, 2021
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Perfect for Small Batches
I would recommend this fermenter for small batches
July 7, 2021
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great Company
Great product, I ferment grains for my chickens and veggies for the family. I would definitely recommend this product and company
May 6, 2020
over 4 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great Jar
I picked this up for fermenting sauerkraut and making small batches of mead and it's been great so far! Nice and sturdy, the lid is solid, and the included airlock is perfect and fits snugly.
April 24, 2020
over 4 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Good value for the money
Awesome deal!!!! Only wish I would have bought like a 2 gallon bucket style. Opening a little small.
October 29, 2019
over 4 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Work great for small batches and for fermenting peppers for hot sauce.
February 4, 2018
over 6 years ago
Rated 2 out of 5
You get what you pay for
I bought 3 of these to be able to break out experimental brews at secondary.
They are inexpensive for a reason.
The lids don't seal very well, and the grommet is too large for the supplied air locks, so there are all kinds of leaks in and out there as well. I guess I have 3 glass storage jars now. Oh well.
October 10, 2017