Small Batch 1 Gallon Fermentor

$7.99

SKU# 41097

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Our ready-to-brew fermentor adds capacity to our Small Batch Starter Kit. More fermentors = more beer! Includes a one gallon glass jug with threaded cap and an airlock.

NEW! This fermentor also comes with a length of blowoff tubing - simply insert it where the airlock goes to make active fermentations safer and cleaner.

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Small Batch 1 Gallon Fermentor

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Having multiple fermentors makes the brewing and sharing of homebrew so much easier. Select from our catalog of 1 gallon Small Batch Beer Recipes and you’ll have all the ingredients you need to take your new gear out for a test drive.

Also serves as a secondary fermentor for our Master Vintner® Small Batch Wine Starter Kit. Don't wait to start another batch.

Available in a pack of four; see our Small Batch Quad Core Kit.
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Great for Experimental Brewing
Used a couple of these to try out new recipes. Came with a three-piece airlock and blow-out hose. Worked great, highly satisfied.
October 29, 2013
Excellent
Very nice quality Carboy, lid and Airlock. Arrived to my home quickly and was packaged very well.
May 4, 2014
Great deal for small batch brewing
These little guys are great. They come with everything you need and are ready to brew right out of the box!
November 30, 2015
Great for experimentals and all level brewers
Whether you're a beginner trying to get some brewing repetitions (practice makes perfect!) or an expert making some experimental batches... (or even a beginner running experimental batches) this is a great product!I actually have 2 of these so I can run A/B tests on experimental batches before upscaling them!
November 5, 2013
It was a gift. I
It was a gift. I don't know.
January 20, 2016
Worked for MEad
Nice little kit, worked well for getting started on some small batches of mead.
September 30, 2015
perfect for mead split
Planned to make 5 gallons of mead and then break it down to 5 small batches so I could throw some fruit in for different flavors... these were perfect for the job.
July 26, 2016
nice quality
very nice, worth the money.
January 21, 2016
Great Little Fermentor!
I used this fermentor to brew up a one gallon batch of "Crooked Apple" hard cider. Perfect size for this. I also got the screw top, airlock, bung, and tubing for a blow off, in case I want to experiment with one gallon beer batches. This is a nice little jug to have on hand.
October 5, 2015
Love the 1 Gallon Small Batch Starter
Its amazing, super easy instructions, very easy to make waiting for the result now.
October 31, 2015
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I've got 5 of these with 5 gallons of mead, but my siphon does not fit in the top. How have you guys gotten the contents out and into bottles?
Joshua L on Feb 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Either the 5/16" or the mini auto-siphon will fit into the top of the 1 gallon fermentor
What size tube can fit in this jugs drilled cap?
As a blowoff tube?
Topher on Jan 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Not sure of size, but if buy the jugs with caps the tube comes with it
does this come with airlock
W O on Apr 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes it does. It also comes with a screw cap and blow off hose.
I have one of these with three piece airlock and plastic screw on lid. I CANNOT get any air lock activity. I do have fermentation because I can see through the glass and at the top level of cider around edges I can see the co2 bubbling up to the top. Like a soda poured in a glass. Very small bubbles but it is fermenting. Just no airlock activity. Has anyone else had this issue? Is it a bad deal around plastic lid? I tried using a rubber stopper and one piece airlock but the stopper just pops right on out.
ken m on Jun 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Airlock activity varies so much - it's hard to say. If it is actively fermenting it should be bubbling...though if it has slowed down that is normal to not see activity. A size 6 stopper will fit these jugs. Perhaps some part of the airlock or cap are broken so it is not sealing. It is worth checking out where the gas is going - a spray bottle can help you determine where the gas is going.
Can Secondary fermentation be implemented with the 1 gallon receipes?
A U on Apr 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: A secondary fermentation can most definitely be implemented when fermenting the 1 gallon recipes!
What about head space when doing 1 gallon batches of Beer? When doing 5 gallon batches you use 6.5 gallon carboy for primary. Obviously you guys know this. Does this carboy have plenty of room for the krausen?
W A on Apr 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It provides enough room for most 1 gallon ferments. High gravity(high alcohol) and higher temps during fermentation may result in extra foaming. There are 2 gallon buckets for primary if concerned. Otherwise, the 1 gallon mark on these jugs is actually slightly down from the neck so we find they give enough room. Cheers!

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