Carboys & Jugs
The glass carboy and plastic carboy have long been the preferred fermentation vessels for many homebrewers. Glass carboys are impervious to oxygen that can harm your beer and they are generally resistant to scratches during the cleaning process. Plastic carboys, on the other hand, are lighter weight and won't shatter if dropped or bumped together. Either option will produce great beer if properly cared for, so it is really a matter of personal preference if you choose a plastic fermenter or glass fermenter. For more information on glass carboys vs. plastic carboys, click here.
6.5 Gallon fermenters are perfect for the primary stage of beer or wine fermentation. The extra head space allows for the production of krausen on a 5 gallon batch of beer.
5 gallon fermenters are best for the secondary conditioning stage of beer fermentation. The smaller size eliminates extra airspace in the fermenter reducing the chances of oxidation which can stale the beer prematurely.
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The Chronical Brewmaster Edition combines the worlds of homebrewing and professional brewing. It’s the most advanced conical fermenter in the Ss Br...View full details
After several iterations, tests and tweaks, we’re proud to introduce the Northern Brewer Universal Harness. Specifically designed to fit every ferm...View full details
Handle for use on 3, 5, 6 and (non-acid style) 6.5 gallon glass carboys. Clamps beneath lip and reduces the danger of dropping a wet carboy. Carboy...View full details
Fits standard 3, 5, 6, or 6.5 gallon glass carboys. Put a racking tube through the center spout, fit the cap over the mouth of the full carboy, the...View full details
An easy and complete way to add secondary fermentation to your brew process. Secondary beer fermentation adds a new dimension to your brewing. Elev...View full details
Eliminate the need for siphoning with our new small batch fermenter! Attach your bottle filler to the spigot and bottle directly off the fermenter...View full details