FastWasher24 Bottle Washer
Northern Brewer is your exclusive supplier of the brand new FastWasher24 Bottle Washer!
No doubt about it...Filling bottles: Fun. Emptying them: Even more fun. Cleaning and sanitizing bottles for your next batch: No fun at all.
Until now, that is. Introducing the FastWasher24 -- the hands-free, high-capacity bottle cleaner and sanitizer that will change your bottling game forever. Simply load 24 small bottles onto the durable, brewer-designed rack, then turn on the washer and let the powerful pumps do all the hard work. No scrubbing. No nonsense. No mountain of empties to wash and sanitize by hand ever again!
The FastWasher24 is your Get Out of Chores Free card. Engineered from high-density plastic, it’s easy to assemble in minutes using just a Philips screwdriver. The cleaning rack fits a wide range of 12 oz bottles (330 to 350 ml). And because it cleans 24 bottles all at once, it cuts your bottle washing time in half and shaves 90% off sanitizing time. That frees up more time for the fun stuff...which is what homebrewing is all about.
So say “Buh-bye bottle brush!” and hello to your new best friend: FastWasher24, the bottle cleaner and sanitizer of your dreams.
Compatible with FastRack Beer Bottle Rack (not included) for easy, cartridge-style loading, unloading, and drying. Use your FastWasher24 anywhere with the highly recommended Cleaning & Sanitizing Tote (not included).
For larger-sized beer and wine bottles, check out FastWasher12!
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Amazing product! Saves hours of sanitizing time!
Works very well and quickly. I used IO start, iodine based sanitizer, and have had no issues with excessive foaming. My only knock would be having to prepare a large volume of sanitizer for washing, but I'm using a storage tote for now to wash in, and it's a lot bigger than the sanitizing tub that they make for this.
Assembly took time due to all of the screws needing to be added evenly, but not a big deal. Some of the spouts ended up "flooding" the inside of the bottle to the point where a "pool" of water would form in the bottle, preventing the spout from reaching the bottom of the bottle. This required lifting and tilting the bottle enough to allow the "pool" to drain out and the spout to work properly again. I think this is caused, at least somewhat, by the diameter of the spout near its base plugging the bottle opening. I elevated the bottle rack about a half-inch, and I think it helped a bit. I think elevating it a bit more might help a bit more. This didn't happen with all the spouts, but enough.It's also hard to tell whether the stream of water hitting the bottom of the bottle results in water cascading down all sides of the bottle, so I do frequent rotations to ensure that happens.
Works great !!! Easy to use
Cuts down on cleaning time. Start a case of bottles then get everything ready for bottling then once you start toss on the next case of bottles.