Little Big Mouth Bubbler® Plastic 1.4 Gallon Siphonless Fermenter

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Eliminate the need for siphoning with our new small-batch fermenter! Attach your bottle filler to the spigot and bottle directly off the fermenter. The punted base allows the trub to settle out to keep your finished beer clear.

With over 1.4 gallons of usable volume, the Siphonless Little Big Mouth Bubbler® fermenter provides nearly a half-gallon of extra headspace for those vigorous homebrew fermentations. Pair that with the durability of PET, a wide mouth, and smooth walls for easy cleaning and you get the perfect small-batch fermenter!

Kit Includes:

  • Siphonless Little Big Mouth Bubbler® PET Fermenter
  • Big Mouth Bubbler® Universal Lid - Single Port
  • Small Universal Rubber Stopper
  • Bubbler Airlock
  • Spigot

Dimensions:

10.5" tall x 7.5" wide

Important Note: Do not fill any Plastic Big Mouth Bubbler® fermenters with very hot liquid - temp should not exceed 140 degrees Fahrenheit (60 Celsius)

Additional information

SKU

42919

Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
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Ryan B.
It's okay... Lid is a poor design.

I typically brew 2.5 gal batches using the 3 gal fermonsters, which are great. Picked this up for even smaller experimental batches or for splitting a batch off to bottle half and age half on oak, etc. I prefer plastic fermenters with spigots, so this checked both boxes. Used it for the first time for a 1gal milk stout, and when I went to check fermentation the next day, the lid was nearly about to pop off from the pressure. Not sure how much opportunity that may have allowed for oxygen ingress. A ****-on design would have been much better. Being a stout, I'm not too concerned about oxygen, but I'm not sure I'll be using it for any hoppy beers due to the risk of the lid popping off and letting a bunch of oxygen in. I think it will still work nicely for splitting batches off to age on oak or fruit, etc. though. There's also more condensation on the inside walls of this batch than I'm used to seeing, so it does make me wonder if oxygen made its way in when the lid got so loose. Also had trouble getting my usual 3-piece airlocks to fit into the stopper, so I used the s-style that came with this.

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Karma T.
Little Big Mouth Bubbler® Plastic 1.4 Gallon Siphonless Fermenter

Perfect! Much easier to handle than the glass one. Siphonless makes filling wine bottles fast and easy.

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Patrick
Fantastic for personal batches

I was able to easily ferment and bottle from one small unit to trial a new addition to a mead

S
Steve G.
Not heat tolerant

I was expecting polycarb that could hold up to washing, but (my own fault) I missed that it wasn't heat safe enough to handle a dishwasher. Will go with glass next time I guess.

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Anonymous
Great fermentation buckets.

They are simple and easy to use. I do not use the spigot in front for racking, but it makes it easy to collect a sample for testing. The lid occasionally pops off, but with a little electrical tape, that solves the issue. Great buckets for a starting homebrewer.

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Little Big Mouth Bubbler® Plastic 1.4 Gallon Siphonless Fermenter

Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
76%
(19)
4%
(1)
16%
(4)
4%
(1)
0%
(0)
R
Ryan B.
It's okay... Lid is a poor design.

I typically brew 2.5 gal batches using the 3 gal fermonsters, which are great. Picked this up for even smaller experimental batches or for splitting a batch off to bottle half and age half on oak, etc. I prefer plastic fermenters with spigots, so this checked both boxes. Used it for the first time for a 1gal milk stout, and when I went to check fermentation the next day, the lid was nearly about to pop off from the pressure. Not sure how much opportunity that may have allowed for oxygen ingress. A ****-on design would have been much better. Being a stout, I'm not too concerned about oxygen, but I'm not sure I'll be using it for any hoppy beers due to the risk of the lid popping off and letting a bunch of oxygen in. I think it will still work nicely for splitting batches off to age on oak or fruit, etc. though. There's also more condensation on the inside walls of this batch than I'm used to seeing, so it does make me wonder if oxygen made its way in when the lid got so loose. Also had trouble getting my usual 3-piece airlocks to fit into the stopper, so I used the s-style that came with this.

K
Karma T.
Little Big Mouth Bubbler® Plastic 1.4 Gallon Siphonless Fermenter

Perfect! Much easier to handle than the glass one. Siphonless makes filling wine bottles fast and easy.

P
Patrick
Fantastic for personal batches

I was able to easily ferment and bottle from one small unit to trial a new addition to a mead

S
Steve G.
Not heat tolerant

I was expecting polycarb that could hold up to washing, but (my own fault) I missed that it wasn't heat safe enough to handle a dishwasher. Will go with glass next time I guess.

A
Anonymous
Great fermentation buckets.

They are simple and easy to use. I do not use the spigot in front for racking, but it makes it easy to collect a sample for testing. The lid occasionally pops off, but with a little electrical tape, that solves the issue. Great buckets for a starting homebrewer.