No. 10 Stopper - Drilled

$2.79

SKU# SD10

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Drilled gum rubber stopper. Used to provide a positive seal on carboys. The #10 Drilled Stopper works well with Better Bottles and Bubbler PET fermentors.

Top Diameter: 1.969"

Bottom Diameter: 1.654"

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$2.79

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Drilled gum rubber stopper. Used to provide a positive seal on carboys. The #10 Drilled Stopper works well with Better Bottles and Bubbler PET fermentors.

Drilled hole for airlocks

Top Diameter: 1.969"

Bottom Diameter: 1.654"

Not sure if this is the correct stopper for your purposes? Consult our stopper information table below:

Stopper TypeCompatible With:
No. 2 Drilled StopperStandard Beer bottles
No. 5.5 Drilled StopperBig Mouth Bubbler® EVO 2 w/screw-on lid (older EVO 2 models) & Little BMB
No. 6 Stopper Drilled or Solid1 Gallon Jugs
No. 6.5 Stopper Drilled or SolidGlass carboys, Big Mouth Bubbler® plastic (5 or 6.5 gallon) or EVO 2 w/ Universal Lid. Ideal fit is 6 gallon carboy.
No. 7 Drilled Stopper5 Gallon glass carboys
No. 10 Drilled StopperBubbler® 5 or 6 gallon
Small Universal Stopper - Drilled or SolidGlass Carboys (3, 5, 6, 6.5), Big Mouth Bubbler® Plastic 5 or 6.5 gallon or EVO 2 w/ Universal Lid.
Medium Universal Stopper - Drilled or SolidBubbler® 5 or 6 gallon
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It worked
Did what it was supposed to do....
February 9, 2016
Works perfect.
Fits great on my Bubbler.
November 5, 2013
It fits.
I bought this to fit my new bubbler. It fits well.
October 14, 2013
A must have piece of equipment
if you are running pet bottles this is the stopper for you works great!!
December 21, 2013
DIY blow off tube for my Better Bottle
I widened the hole so I could insert a 5/8" plastic elbow for 5/8" ID blow off tube. It's working well so for...
December 31, 2013
It will make your beer stink of rubber. Don't use it.
I got a few of these about a year ago for brewing a Flanders red ale. I did a 10 gallon batch, split between two fermenters in the same space with the same yeast. The only difference was the stopper; one used this rubber one and the other used a silicone one. Last night I pulled some samples. The half with the silicone stopper was very nice, with notes of cherry, leather, and mild funk. The one which used this stopper, however, reeked of rubber. It was not the same rubber aroma as autolysis or yeast stress. It smelled just like the rubber stopper. The same flavor was present in the sample which I pulled, even after I let it sit in a glass for half an hour. I switched out the stopper for a silicone one, and hopefully the rubber character will go away, but in the meantime, it looks like this shoddy bill of goods ruined a batch of otherwise excellent beer.
October 30, 2015
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