Jet Bottle Washer

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Brass bottle washer fits utility sinks and works for bottles and carboys.


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Jet Bottle Washer

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Blasts residue from even the most tenacious bottles. Made of durable brass, the Jet washer is also great for carboys. Contains a garden hose fitting for utility sinks; other faucets will require an adapter, sold separately. Jet (the manufacturer) provides a lifetime warranty.

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4.3 / 5.0
40 Reviews
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Yes, you need one...
This is a delightfully simple, effective tool at a reasonable price. The jet stream is quite powerful, and very effective at removing any sediments inside of your bottle in a matter of seconds. After each evenings libations, I screw the bottle washer onto my utility sink and blast the bottles clean before storing them until their next use.One thing to watch out for, however. When you turn the water on after securing the bottle washer to your faucet, a small stream of water shoots out before the pressure is able to engage the valve. I cover the jet with my hand while turning on the faucet to prevent it from spraying into the room, but if you forget, one of your facial orifices might get cleaned as thoroughly as your bottles.
May 13, 2011
Greatest thing since sliced bread. No really.
I purchased the Jet Bottle washer as I despise cleaning bottles. The tedious task of rinsing out the soap, the amount of time, and the wasted water. This cut down the cleaning of bottles down to minutes. I still prefer to clean my bottle using non scented dish soap and a bottle brush. But rinsing them is a huge pain and time waster. This changed all that. I used to have to fill each bottle to the top 3 times slowly to clean them. This rinses them in less than 10 secs and saves a ton of water in the process. I no longer run the water heater out of hot water when cleaning bottles. I should have purchased one sooner.
April 9, 2016
Awesome and time-saving
I can't believe I didn't buy one of these earlier. Very convenient
October 10, 2015
love it
This beer turned out fantastic, I used belle saison yeast and ended up at 10.6%. you could never tell it's super smooth, great color, really interesting hop and spice character. I would recommend this kit to anyone.
March 24, 2010
This was recommended by a co-worker who brews on a much larger scale than my 5-6 gallon batches. Was looking for something to imitate my favorite Saison which is only offered once a year at my local brewpub and this comes really close to it. Definitely boozy, my ABV came out to 11.03% and as others mentioned if you have 2-3 of these, you'll be feeling quite nice. This was also my first beer that I kegged and I'm very happy with the results. If you are going to keg I'd suggest getting one of the Stainless Steel filters to go over the bottom of your dip tube or you'll clog your dip tube or poppet with hop pieces (especially if you didn't dry hop in a bag). All around great beer, nice head on it, and will definitely brew it again.
March 29, 2010
A Must for Carboy Primary
This is my 12th brew and I have to say it could be my favorite one yet. I opted for a Wyeast 3711 French Saison starter and the fermentation was extremely vigorous for the first 2 days (needed blowoff). The FG got down to 1.006 (pretty dry and crisp) and resulted in a 11.2% brew that is very smooth with a definite kick at the end. After two of these you are very buzzed. After three, you are drunk. Haven't had an occasion where anyone has drank more than three yet! The dry hops really help to balance out the strong alcohol finish, and that is smoothing out more and more as the bottles age. I added the full 5 oz of bottling sugar as well as a re-hydrated US-05 at bottling time because of the alcohol and 6 week secondary and every bottle was carbed beautifully after only a week at about 75-80 F. Anyway, this one is great and I recommend you do it!
March 30, 2011
Yes, you need one...
This one's a bit of a hop monster. I bought it specifically because I hadn't brewed anything hoppy yet (I don't trust myself to do a better IPA than local favorites like Lagunitas and Bear Republic, so I'll just stick to buying theirs...), and because I like Belgians and saisons, so this hoppy variation sounded intriguing.Having said that, I'm not sure this is as balanced as it could be. I'm glad it has some bite, but I think it might have too much. My brother (a more experienced brewer than I am) was excited about the Nelson Sauvin, but put off by the Aramis. Maybe it didn't need the additional dry-hopping. I don't know.It's only been bottled for a few weeks, so maybe it just needs more time, but right now there is nothing subtle about this bad boy, and unfortunately the yeast / saison spice elements I hoped for get lost in the sea of boozy hop bitterness. Really I'd say it's more just an imperial IPA.Unless it significantly improves with age, I won't be brewing this one again.
May 13, 2011
working fine 7 years strong
Calypso Hop Pellets .... This pellet hop has been a very good addition to my pale ale recipes. It has been used by the Big Boy breweries for a wide range of brews. I like how it works well with other hops and does not over power the taste and I have not found any problems with it's use in brewing. Calypso can be used as an Aroma or Bitter Hop.
March 13, 2012
I've used this hop a few times now. Once in a SMaSH and then in a 50/50 Calypso/Rakau IPA. It was delicious!! After reading the description, I was a bit weary of possible apple or pear flavor, but it's surprising how it works. Very tasty! I'm adding a Rye Pale Ale to my Autumn line up and going to try it with Calypso and Chinook...We'll see how it turns out, but I'm sure it'll be awesome.
March 13, 2012
Not sure what I'd do without it.
I cannot give this kit a true rating yet, but have given the kit five stars because this is the first kit (of the 16 that I have brewed) to overflow through the 3 pc bubbler in a 6.5 gallon bucket. The Galaxy and Pride of Ringwood hops aroma are spectacular. I started fermentation at about 73 degrees and I think it got to 75 before I moved it to the basement. It is still bubbling, but not near as crazy. My OG was a litte bit higher than expected at 1.070. I did try to lower with the addition of a 1/2 gallon of water. Either way this brew is appropriately named... it looks to be a beast of a beer!!!
April 25, 2013
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