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Your wort is protected during fermentation by innovative flared-fitting lid construction, creating an airtight seal between the lid plate and top of the fermentor.
Superior to a carboy, the Big Mouth Bubbler® Plastic prevents off-flavors by enabling you to keep the lid on during testing and transfer, avoiding exposure to oxygen with standard-sized ports that can accommodate most fermentation-monitoring equipment. Best of all, it will not shatter when dropped or knocked.
Designed for flexible fermentations, lid plates are interchangeable and the lid ring is universally compatible with all fermentor capacities and lid-plate configurations. The modular lid is optimal for the cleanest clean, easily taken apart so you can get down into every last nook and cranny. Say goodbye to your carboys for good!
The optional Dual Port Lid allows for the use of a temperature controller probe. The ThermoStar Dual-Mode Digital Temperature Controller with optional 12" stainless probe ensures precise and repeatable fermentation temperatures!
BIG MOUTH BUBBLER® Product Specifications: Capacity: 5 gallon 6.5 gallon SKU: U41950 U41965 Weight: 3.4 4 Height (w/lid, closed): 22" 23" Diameter: 10" 11" Mouth: 5.5" 5.5" Fermentor Material: PET PET Lid Plate Material: HDPE HDPE Lid Ring Material: Nylon Nylon
Note: We recommend a soft cloth for cleaning the inside. Standard carboy brushes will scratch plastic fermenters leaving places for grime to hide. A warm cleaning solution will suffice. Do not use hot water on plastic fermenters of any sort. The Big Mouth Bubbler® is compatible with a standard carboy dryer when the dryer is used inverted.*Pro Tip: Save your box and use it as a cover for your fermenter!
Browse 1 question and 15 answersShow all answers | Sort byCan I ferment 3 gallons in this container?Best Answer: Sure! I typically do five gallon batches of heavy IPA's. I bought all five gallon Big Mouths but will probably get another few more 6 gallon to use as primarys. Not a lot of head space in the five gallon fermenters and bubbled out a few times. If I were doing 3 gal batches I'd purge with some O2 first so it doesn't oxidize to bad.
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