Siphonless Big Mouth Bubbler® - 6.5 Gallon Plastic Fermenter with Harness

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The most helpful fermenter ever invented just got even better. Less effort. Better, clearer beer. Don't just cut out the hassle of cleaning, cut out siphoning altogether! Porting this revolutionary fermenter makes transferring as easy as the turn of a valve. No extra equipment, no extra cleaning, just a sanitized fermenter.

Now Includes the Big Mouth Bubbler® carrying harness for lifting, transporting and ensuring your Big Mouth Bubbler lid stays firmly in place during even the most intense fermentations.

Included:

  • Siphonless Big Mouth Bubbler® - Ported 6.5 Gallon Plastic Fermenter
  • Spigot
  • Big Mouth Bubbler® Universal Lid
  • Universal Harness for Big Mouth Bubblers®

Required but not included:

The Siphonless Big Mouth Bubbler® Plastic fermenter isn't just easier to use. It's better for your beer. Fight oxidation and contamination by keeping your fermenter closed for transfers. Never open the lid to insert an auto-siphon, just turn a valve and you're set. Best of all, you'll have clearer beer. Gently rack liquid from the spout into secondary without disturbing the trub.

Make your brew day easier and your beer better with the siphonless Big Mouth Bubbler®.

The new Big Mouth Bubbler® Universal Lid fits all Big Mouth Bubbler® Fermenters. The Big Mouth Bubbler® Universal Lid is just like a traditional carboy bung, only bigger! Just as easy to sanitize and set in place too. Removable ribbed silicone ring ensures a positive seal to keep out pests, while the non-threaded design allows the lid to move preventing an out-of-control fermentation from dangerously pressurizing your fermenter.

Lid ports work with our Small Universal Stopper or a standard 6.5 rubber stopper.

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

Pro Tip: Save your box and use it as a cover for your fermenter!

Additional information

SKU

42903

BIG MOUTH BUBBLER® Product Specifications:

Capacity: 5 gallon 6.5 gallon
SKU: 42905 42903
Weight: 3.4 4
Height (w/lid, closed): 22" 23"
Diameter: 10" 11"
Mouth: 5.5" 5.5"
Fermenter Material: PET PET

Note: We recommend a soft cloth for cleaning the inside. Standard carboy brushes will scratch plastic fermenters leaving places for grime to hide. A warm cleaning solution will suffice. Do not use hot water on plastic fermenters of any sort. The Big Mouth Bubbler® is compatible with a standard carboy dryer when the dryer is used inverted.

Customer Reviews

Based on 649 reviews
57%
(370)
17%
(112)
13%
(83)
5%
(34)
8%
(50)
H
H.B.
good fermenter

The fermenter itself is very good but the carrying straps make it a bit cumbersome.
I guess it's the price to pay for having a wide-neck, easier to clean, easier to dry-hop kind of fermenter.
All-in-all I recommend it and will probably buy another one

T
T.C.

Works as promised.

D
D.H.
Great Product

Great product! I use them for my wine. Makes racking so easy and don’t have to use siphon.

K
K.L.
This thing is great!

I was a little skeptical that upgrading to this over my bucket would be a noticeable difference, but it's actually been pretty nice. I've done two batches since and I definitely don't want to go back. Much easier to move, easy to pour in wort, and the spigot makes transfer so much better.

B
B.B.
Great fermenter, not-so-great harness

The Big Mouth Bubblers are great fermentation vessels and this is no exception. I use the 6.5 gal for a primary fermenter. It is easy to use, seals tight, and the clear material is great for visibility of how things are progressing.

The harness on the other hand nearly cost me a batch of beer! Overall it is good quality and the front buckle makes it easier to install than an earlier model I have. The big problem is that the handles and vertical straps are not sewn to the horizontal straps. They are allowed to slide freely; which they did while I was lifting a batch of pilsner into my fermentation chamber. The handles slid back and the Bubbler started tilting forward. The vertical straps slide to the sides. You get the point... I kept it from falling all the way out, but it was close. I will be sewing the handles/straps into a fixed position before the next batch and then I think all should be good after that. Maybe a 3 is too harsh since I would have given it a 5 if the straps were already sewn in place, but maybe it at least gets someone to read it so they know before they lift their first batch...

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Customer Reviews

Based on 649 reviews
57%
(370)
17%
(112)
13%
(83)
5%
(34)
8%
(50)
H
H.B.
good fermenter

The fermenter itself is very good but the carrying straps make it a bit cumbersome.
I guess it's the price to pay for having a wide-neck, easier to clean, easier to dry-hop kind of fermenter.
All-in-all I recommend it and will probably buy another one

T
T.C.

Works as promised.

D
D.H.
Great Product

Great product! I use them for my wine. Makes racking so easy and don’t have to use siphon.

K
K.L.
This thing is great!

I was a little skeptical that upgrading to this over my bucket would be a noticeable difference, but it's actually been pretty nice. I've done two batches since and I definitely don't want to go back. Much easier to move, easy to pour in wort, and the spigot makes transfer so much better.

B
B.B.
Great fermenter, not-so-great harness

The Big Mouth Bubblers are great fermentation vessels and this is no exception. I use the 6.5 gal for a primary fermenter. It is easy to use, seals tight, and the clear material is great for visibility of how things are progressing.

The harness on the other hand nearly cost me a batch of beer! Overall it is good quality and the front buckle makes it easier to install than an earlier model I have. The big problem is that the handles and vertical straps are not sewn to the horizontal straps. They are allowed to slide freely; which they did while I was lifting a batch of pilsner into my fermentation chamber. The handles slid back and the Bubbler started tilting forward. The vertical straps slide to the sides. You get the point... I kept it from falling all the way out, but it was close. I will be sewing the handles/straps into a fixed position before the next batch and then I think all should be good after that. Maybe a 3 is too harsh since I would have given it a 5 if the straps were already sewn in place, but maybe it at least gets someone to read it so they know before they lift their first batch...