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FastFerment Spigot with Drill bit

$16.99

SKU# 41924

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This spigot serves as a sampling port to pull off samples of your fermentation for tasting or checking gravity. Simply drill a hole in your FastFerment Conical Fermenter (using the included drill bit) and install the spigot.
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FastFerment Spigot with Drill bit

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This spigot serves as a sampling port to pull off samples of your fermentation for tasting or checking gravity. Simply drill a hole in your FastFerment Conical Fermenter (using the included drill bit) and install the spigot.

Kit Includes: Spigot, drill bit, & instructions for installation.
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Spigot added to Big Mouth Bubbler
Used this to add a spigot to my Siphon-less Big Mouth Bubbler. Quick, easy and highly recommended. No more siphons for me!
October 18, 2017
Purchased
10 months ago
Worked great! Installed in like 2 min, and was running 2ater for the next batch!
May 31, 2017
Purchased
10 months ago
fastferment spigot
great addition to brewer. easy to pull samples and bottle the beer!
September 19, 2016
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Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 7 answers
I have two fermenters, Can I buy an extra spigot by itself?
A shopper on Jan 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi there,
Unfortunately we don't sell the spigot by itself. Cheers!
What is the OD of the spigot?
A shopper on Nov 25, 2017
Can this drill bit be used for stainless steel kettles?
Michael R on Dec 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I would say no. I am not exactly sure of the materials of construction but if you want to drill stainless get cobalt drill bits and I am certain that is not cobalt. I would recommend getting 1-2 smaller cobalt bits to get the hole going and then move to the cobalt step down bit. You can get all of those at Home Depot or Lowe’s for a reasonable price. You also want to go slow with pressure. You don’t want to heat the stainless up too much as it will temper the steel and then you will never be able to drill through it. It is not hard just use the right technique and equipment. Also use some sort of drilling oil for lubrication. I had no problems and I have drilled out 4 kettles for valves and thermometers on all 4. I actually used avacodo oil as my lubricant which is obviously food safe, handles high temp well and cleans up very easy. This may be more information than needed but thought I would share my experience.

As for the sample valve on the fast ferment....super easy to install and it works great. Now I am able to check gravity without opening the fermenter.

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