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 45 reviews
76%
(34)
13%
(6)
9%
(4)
2%
(1)
0%
(0)
L
Larry H.
A Little Small

If you want to brew a full gallon I believe a tad bigger would work best. But it is fine for what I needed for blueberry wine.

K
Kathleen G.
Greatly Simplifies Brewing

Purchased this for making dandelion wine and wow, did it ever simplify the process! The spigot at the bottom made it easy to decant for secondary fermentation, and the wide mouth made it easy to clean, especially since there were flower petals and fruit pieces to remove. This worked much better than a regular narrow necked carboy would have. Had a slight problem with leaking, but sealed up around the spigot and no more leaks.

M
Michael K.
Works great!

Fermented 2 beers I my big mouth bubbler. Have had no problems. Lid can take a little effort to make it fit properly but once figured out it held in place.

C
Chad A.
Baby Bubbler

We used this little fermenter for a 1 gallon kit my wife received as a gift. I have been using the Big mouth bubbler for many brews. The learning curve was very slight. My only issue is the little bubbler doesn't have any strapping available to help hold the lid down like the large big mouth bubbler. I had to use rope because the lid kept popping up. Thought I killed the yeast since no action on the airlock. Once that was done. My worries went away. Beer looked good. Still conditioning it now, so no taste test yet.

J
Joel B.
Little Big Mouth Bubbler

Worked great, only issue was the spout was leaky. Had to seal up the spout until I was ready to pour

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Little Big Mouth Bubbler® Plastic 1.4 Gallon Siphonless Fermenter

Customer Reviews

Based on 45 reviews
76%
(34)
13%
(6)
9%
(4)
2%
(1)
0%
(0)
L
Larry H.
A Little Small

If you want to brew a full gallon I believe a tad bigger would work best. But it is fine for what I needed for blueberry wine.

K
Kathleen G.
Greatly Simplifies Brewing

Purchased this for making dandelion wine and wow, did it ever simplify the process! The spigot at the bottom made it easy to decant for secondary fermentation, and the wide mouth made it easy to clean, especially since there were flower petals and fruit pieces to remove. This worked much better than a regular narrow necked carboy would have. Had a slight problem with leaking, but sealed up around the spigot and no more leaks.

M
Michael K.
Works great!

Fermented 2 beers I my big mouth bubbler. Have had no problems. Lid can take a little effort to make it fit properly but once figured out it held in place.

C
Chad A.
Baby Bubbler

We used this little fermenter for a 1 gallon kit my wife received as a gift. I have been using the Big mouth bubbler for many brews. The learning curve was very slight. My only issue is the little bubbler doesn't have any strapping available to help hold the lid down like the large big mouth bubbler. I had to use rope because the lid kept popping up. Thought I killed the yeast since no action on the airlock. Once that was done. My worries went away. Beer looked good. Still conditioning it now, so no taste test yet.

J
Joel B.
Little Big Mouth Bubbler

Worked great, only issue was the spout was leaky. Had to seal up the spout until I was ready to pour