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Glass Jar - 1 gal. (Green)
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A handy glass jug in a convenient size. Perfect for overflow storage or fermenting small or experimental batches.
Our 1 gallon glass jug is great for fermenting mead. Glass jugs make great fermenters, and these glass 1 gallon jugs are no exception!
This little green jug is also great for holding small amounts of wine for aging, small batch fermentation, overflow storage and fermentation experiments.
Some Suggested Uses:
  • Use to store excess wine when you press off and have more than you expected.
  • Ferment small batches of mead, sake, fruit wine or anything else that strikes your fancy!
  • Perform yeast experiments - split a batch of beer into five 1 gal batches and ferment them with different yeast strains
Uses a #6 stopper.
Item # FE300
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 3LBS
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Love these glass jugs.
Love these jugs soooo much. I live in AZ and use them for water. (I Refuse to drink the tap water anywhere around here. It's treated with chemicals and just gross...) Sometimes we travel about 50 miles to get fresh spring off the mountain. It doesn't taste the same out of any other type of container so glass is the way to go! Plus, You can't find a decent price for glass jugs around anywhere! But these are the ones to buy. Some place in town sells clear ones for 11 a pop! So this is a really good deal. Please please more beer, don't change your prices! Haha.
January 27, 2018
1 month ago
Nice glass
I make these into lamps. The glass is good quality, and they make nice lamps. You can do a lot with them. The price isn't bad, either.
January 26, 2018
1 month ago
Smallbatch brewing
I love experimenting. I'll divide a 5 gallon batch into different batches using different hops or different yeast or doing oak experiments.
May 10, 2014
as promised
slight different size opening than the 1 gallon clear but the same stopper works. works well for small batch or starter on stir plate.
May 29, 2013
Couldn't brew without it!
*When I bought mine, it was listed as 4 liters, which is slightly larger than a gallon*
I use this little guy for all sorts of stuff. Holding a yeast cake to transfer into a new brew, making larger yeast starters, trying out new yeasts on only a small portion of my batch, aging a small portion of the batch with oak or spirit-soaked oak... it's great! I have also made a couple small batches of mead in here when I didn't feel like splurging on a ton of honey and/or having my 5 gallon fermenter unavailable for 6 months.
May 28, 2013
Great for small batch testing!
Works as described. Great to use for split batch yeast or adjunct testing.
May 28, 2013
Great for minor tweaks
I've come up with a lot of good recipes, but I'm constantly wondering what little changes to the recipe would do. This is great for smaller batches.
May 16, 2013
works well for small batches
I utilize these bottle for small batches and when trying different yeasts on one large batch.
May 14, 2013
as advertised
This is a green gallon jug. I got it to make small beers (or second rinses of my grain after the primary 5 gallon rinse) from an old colonial trick to make beer for children.

I purchased this with a cap that had a hole in it to serve as a blow off tube. it works pretty well.
May 8, 2013
Good for starters
I use these to make larger starters when my stirplate is already tied up. I use the fermentap stir plate and i am capable of dropping a stir bar into this jar with no issues getting a whirlpool going, it's flat enough
May 6, 2013