Ss Brewtech Brew Bucket 7 Gallon
The Ss Brewtech Brew Bucket sits at the pinnacle of today’s stainless steel fermenter market. Sleek, innovative, and affordable, the Brew Bucket gives you industry-level tech at homebrewer-level prices.
These stainless steel buckets can be stacked during use, a feature unique to Ss Brewtech. The signature conical base of the Brew Bucket minimizes potential off-flavors due to yeast contact during fermentation and allows the yeast to collect below the racking arm for a sample or clean transfer. All sizes fit into standard chest freezers for temperature-controlled fermentation.
Product Key Features:
- Conical base with rotatable racking arm
- Space-saving stackability
- ?” Mini ball valve for transfers and gravity samples
- Wide lid with secure spring clamps
- 17mm port in the lid for ½” blow off tubing (Blow-off Barb not included)
- Welded carrying handles
- Etched volume markings (gallons/liters)
- Patent pending
- Optional temperature control with FTSs Chilling (not included)
- 304 Stainless Steel
- 7-gallon capacity
- 12.5” Diameter
- 20.5” Height
Easy to use, easy to clean. Pick it up, put it in your keezer, it's a bright tank. No light strike. Won't go back to glass.
Stackability makes for convenience and spacious storage. The bottom allows for clean clear beer
I now own two Ss 7 gal. Brew Buckets. I previously used buckets then Big Mouth Bubblers now these are all that I use. They are much easier to clean, move, and in my opinion make better beer.
I love this thing so far. Perfect for the home brewer that want to move past plastic. I like the rotating racking arm and the valve. Makes transferring easy and taking samples. Cleaned and passivated it last night and put the first batch in it today. So far so good.
One of the best conical fermenters for the money. The lid latches securely and seals tight, the integral handles make it a cinch to move around, and it is solid stainless steel construction. I just finished racking an IPA out of the Brew Bucket and have found that the conical bottom really keeps trub and yeast cake compacted at the bottom of the cone leaving less surface area exposure to your brew. It is also super easy to clean, soak with warm water & PBW, rinse and it looks brand new . I did have a couple of issues while racking to my bottling bucket that I will attribute to operator error. With about 1 gallon left in the fermenter, the ball valve got clogged which is strange because I had the racking arm facing down, but I will try a different angle with the racking arm on the next one. Also, a 3/8" ID siphon tube does not fit tightly on the barb. Needs to be 5/16" ID. Overall, great piece of equipment and I cannot wait to get the next batch in there.