- Product Details
We've gone to the drawing board to focus on the important dimensions that help deliver a more consistent and high-quality product. This is no plastic water jug, it's a carboy with details where they count.
The plastic is thick and durable, to ensure rigidity and safety during all kinds of brewing operations. Free of plasticizers, BPA, DEHP, and any other extraneous compounds, this fermentor is purpose-built for your finest brews. Hydrophobic, which means it is easy to clean without the use of brushes - it also retains no oder, flavor or color from batch to batch, so it will last a long time.
Seals with a #10 stopper or universal PET bung.
Be sure to check out the Brew Hauler for easily moving a full carboy and the Brewery Essentials Plastic Carboy Buddy for all the accessories you'll need to get started.
Note: 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. To remove stubborn debris, drop a clean wash cloth into the Bubbler with some cleaning solution and shake.
- 4.8 / 5.04 ReviewsBig mouth bunblerI really like the bubbler, only problem with my order is when I got the Brett L. I put it on a 500ml starter and it appears dead. That was a week or so ago but it's very brown at the bottom of the flaskMarch 14, 2016Recent Purchases of the Last Straw beer gunI love this thing. Simple to use and easy to clean. Now I can take some beers to a friends house if I need to. Plus I can bottle a batch from a keg without having the sediment in the bottles and don't have to explain the sediment to friends that don't homebrew. It takes some judgement on the PSI settings and I always pour a glass with it first to get the foam to settle down. After that just bottle and enjoy. Note use cold bottles to keep the foam to a minimum. Great job NB for reinventing the beer gun.September 29, 2016Not what I neededi ordered it incorrectly. I'd like to sent it back if I could. Nothing wrong with it. Just got the wrong thing.October 6, 2015
- Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 4 answersIs the plastic material polycarbonate or something else?BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure what a "polycarbonate" is. It appears to be the same clear, food grade plastic all my other fermenters are made of.How much does the 5 gallon Bubbler weigh, empty?BEST ANSWER: 2.65 poundsWhat are the height & max diameter of the 5- and 6-gallon Bubblers?BEST ANSWER: The 5 is 20 inches tall and 11 inches wide. The 6 gallon is 21 inches tall and 12 inches wide.
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