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Wide Mouth Glass Carboy with Spigot - 1.3 gal.
FE9905

Wide Mouth Glass Carboy with Spigot - 1.3 gal.

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Description

Glass carboys have been a staple of the brewing and winemaking world for generations, but traditional tight neck carboys aren't without their limitations. Standard glass carboys can be difficult to clean after fermentation and require a siphon or racking cane to transfer liquid out. The wide mouth carboy is extremely easy to clean—simply removing the lid allows you to get your hand or arm all the way inside to scrub away stubborn sediment. And with a convenient spigot at the bottom, you can transfer liquid out of the vessel with ease.

Each carboy comes with a carrying harness and airlock lid.

Airlock Lid Setup:

  • Twist off the small red cap
  • Twist on the small white cap
  • Pour water or sanitzer around the small white cap until it covers the blow-off vents

Features:

  • 1.3 Gallon / 5 Liter capacity
  • Gasketed lid for tight seal
  • Airlock lid
  • Plastic spigot with 17mm x 2mm threads
  • 18mm hole for spigot
  • Included carrying harness
  • Additional spigot styles can be found below

 

 

Item # FE9905
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Availability Out Of Stock
Weight 6 LBS
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Why did you choose this?
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Easy to handle
Mike and Erin M on Sep 7, 2022
fermenting in small batches
Chris H on Aug 7, 2022
Easy to handle
Mike and Erin M on Sep 7, 2022
Looks like a good carboy and affordable
Christopher B on Sep 2, 2022
fermenting in small batches
Chris H on Aug 7, 2022
I have 3 batches of mead that the astic primary was a gallon bigger than my glass secondary
Chuck T on Mar 9, 2022
Making one gallon batches of mead, ale, and sake.
Eric R C on Aug 21, 2021
Looks like a good carboy and affordable
Christopher B on Sep 2, 2022
I have 3 batches of mead that the astic primary was a gallon bigger than my glass secondary
Chuck T on Mar 9, 2022
How do you bottle with the current spigot?
Jacob Wachtel on Sep 6, 2022
BEST ANSWER: I use 1 liter bottles, not sure if that matters. I just tilt the bottle at an angle with the lip of the bottle touching the spigot. I don't open the valve very much to keep the flow and foam low. It's not the fastest process and it does take some fiddling, that's why I use larger bottles but it has worked fine.
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Rated 4 out of 5
These are super easy to clean, the opening is HUGE! The lids are a little unwieldy to screw on but its fine if you're aware of it. Replacement lids/gaskets or some type of alternative lid might be a nice option.The size is perfect for a full gallon of anything I would ferment which is a nice bonus. Overall, I'm pleased with my purchase.
October 2, 2021
Purchased
1 year ago