Small Batch Quad Core Fermenting Kit
OK, so we got 12 bottles that will be ready next week, but there's that party the week after that, and then the monthly poker night - did we get them a gift for their birthday? Once you start brewing, the world finds out and conspires to "sample" your beer away from you. Keep 'em coming back, get a small batch Quad Core Kit.
Also the perfect addition to our Master Vintner® Small Batch Wine Starter Kit. Don't wait to start another batch of homemade wine.
Includes 4 of each:
- One Gallon Fermentors
- FermograF - Adhesive LCD Thermometer
- Screw Caps with Hole
- Blowoff Tubing
- Three-piece Airlocks
You can handle the increased capacity, but even better, you can try new things, keep it fresh. Black IPA, German Blonde, Irish Red, and Caribou Slobber, all at once? Not a problem for the Quad Core.
Need a new Primary Fermentor for your 1 gallon batches? See the Small Batch Big Beers Booster Pack.
I was so excited to try this pack because I’ve been wanting to try the screw caps instead of the bungs but was very disappointed. Three out of four of the caps cracked the first use. They were very hard to screw on and didn’t want to thread right. Other than the caps, these are great. No issues with the carboys or tubing. Accidentally knocked them against stuff and they didn’t crack or break.
I've brewed three batches of beer using these fermenters and already one of the lids and two of the airlocks are cracked. Disappointing!
I bought my bf a starter brewing kit for Christmas and things have been steadily expanding since then. He wanted 1-gal jugs for his test brews and this set of 4 are PERFECT!! I thought it was just the jugs but it came with tubing and those vent things too!! He loves them!!
Not a bad little kit. The caps for these seems a little loose so will probably use the rubber stoppers from here on out.
I purchased two of these Quad Kits. So far, 2 out of 3 of the fermentors had the lids leak so bad they did not use the bubbler during initial fermentation. They worked well after getting stoppers for them. Don't trust the plastic lids!