Fermonster 3 Gallon Fermenter

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Perfect for 2-3 gallon batches of beer, wine, cider, and mead! The FerMonster™ 3 Gallon Fermenter provides advantages over narrow mouth carboys. The 4" wide mouth makes the fermenter easy to clean, dry hop or infuse. Made from P.E.T plastic, the ribless design ensures that yeast and sediment fall to the bottom after fermentation. The lid o-ring makes the vessel air-tight to keep out oxygen and reassure that your airlock will bubble away without any unwanted seal leaks. 

Siphonless version also available making transfers super easy. Siphonless works great for large batches of kombucha!

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SKU 42682

Customer Reviews

Based on 22 reviews
64%
(14)
23%
(5)
9%
(2)
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5%
(1)
j
jeff f.

Fermonster 3 Gallon Fermenter

C
Customer

use as a primary to make 2 gallon mead recipes works well

B
B V.
Great size

Perfect size for me, but wish I’d gotten a spigot.

J
James
Get thicker bottles.

So, this bottle did exactly what I needed. Interestingly enough, the old recipe for mead I am following need the mead to be liquid or better known as hot. Well, it had arrived dented and now is permanently deformed because having cooked honey poured into cool water was enough to crumple it and nearly melt it. If cold brewing, go for it. If you're using hot stuff, like hot honey, go for glass. It's my bad really.

J
Jason K.
Works great, very thin plastic

The Fermonster does the job on the cheap. I wish the plastic was a little thicker as it makes removing the lid difficult. The lid itself seals good and is well made.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 22 reviews
64%
(14)
23%
(5)
9%
(2)
0%
(0)
5%
(1)
j
jeff f.

Fermonster 3 Gallon Fermenter

C
Customer

use as a primary to make 2 gallon mead recipes works well

B
B V.
Great size

Perfect size for me, but wish I’d gotten a spigot.

J
James
Get thicker bottles.

So, this bottle did exactly what I needed. Interestingly enough, the old recipe for mead I am following need the mead to be liquid or better known as hot. Well, it had arrived dented and now is permanently deformed because having cooked honey poured into cool water was enough to crumple it and nearly melt it. If cold brewing, go for it. If you're using hot stuff, like hot honey, go for glass. It's my bad really.

J
Jason K.
Works great, very thin plastic

The Fermonster does the job on the cheap. I wish the plastic was a little thicker as it makes removing the lid difficult. The lid itself seals good and is well made.