6.5 Gallon Bottling & Siphonless Fermentation Bucket

SKU# Y7019

Ported Bottling & Fermentation Bucket

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Dual-purpose, this bucket can be used for bottling or, better yet, fermentation with siphonless transfer! Less effort. Better, clearer beer. Don’t just cut out the hassle of cleaning, cut out siphoning altogether! Make transferring as easy as the turn of a valve. No extra equipment, no extra cleaning.

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6.5 Gallon Bottling Bucket

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The Siphonless Bucket isn’t just easier to use. It’s better for your beer. Fight oxidation and contamination by keeping your fermentor closed for transfers. Never open the lid to insert an auto-siphon, just turn a valve and you’re set. Best of all, you’ll have clearer beer. Gently rack liquid from the spout into secondary without disturbing the trub.

Make your brew day easier and your beer better with the siphonless 6.5 Gallon bottling & fermentation bucket.

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Maintains heat very well! Very
Maintains heat very well! Very satisfied with my purchase.
April 4, 2016
6.5 gallon bottling bucket great
This is an excellent product, well made and exceptionally useful. I am very pleased with it.
November 30, 2015
good bucket
The bucket was a replacement to my old bucket. Works great. Good price.
February 23, 2016
They do what they're supposed to do
The buckets are perfect and do exactly what I need them for.
July 10, 2016
Necessary!
After a couple of iffy results with my little 1 gallon brew kit, I upgraded to a 5 gallon output and knew I needed something like this to make things work. It's big, it's round, it's got a hole in the bottom; in short everything they promise with nothing they can't deliver. The drilled hole looked a little off, but all 5 gallons held with the spigot assembly and bottling was a cinch!Once I get a few batches under my belt, I'll put this to work with my fermentation bucket to do secondary fermentation! Start in this one, move to the other bucket, siphon back to this for bottling!
October 3, 2011
Solid
I've had mine for years and have never had any issues. Solid product.
September 12, 2015
Works like a charm
I have used this bottling bucket for a number of batches o beer now, and it works great. Assembling the spigot is very easy, and i have never had an issue with leaking at all. Also very conveniently, the spigot rotates so that you can set it flat on the ground without bending the spigot. I use a the bottling wand with this (connected by a few inches of tubing), and it works perfectly. Bottling made easy! I love it!
March 20, 2012
Makes bottling so much easier
So much easier to bottle with the spigot than with a siphon. Also, the spigot rotates so you can sit the bucket flat on the ground without issue.
November 16, 2013
Solid bucket and spigot
The bucket seems well-constructed, and the included spigot assembles/disassembles easily. Spigot operation is smooth and fits proper hoses well. No leaks - good product.
August 19, 2013
Fastest way to bottle six gallons of wine
This item really should be cross listed with the bottling equipment. I wish I had thought of this solution to bottling sooner than I did---it is simple, fast, and effective.
March 14, 2015
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What is the diameter of the lid/top. I am looking to use a Gamma Seal lid with the bucket for a tighter seal and need to know the dimensions. Thank you
J E on Nov 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The diameter of the top is 12" to the outside of the lip. The lip is approx 1/4".
Secondary fermentation with carbonation would require another vessel, prior to bottling. Questionable whether or not the spigot hole is high enough to avoid drawing in sediment? Also is this vessel food grade?
J L on Nov 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The amount of sediment varies from batch to batch

but the spigot hole is high enough to avoid drawing in sediment for most brews. This vessel is food grade.
What is the height of the bucket ?
L D on Mar 31, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 17.5" without the lid, just shy of 18" with a lid on.

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