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Old 04-14-2014, 06:17 PM   #11
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You probably have the white food grade bucket there too. They are available all over here in the U.S. and pretty cheap. I feel that they are much safer to handle than the glass containers. Some of the buckets are 5 gallons and some are 6.5 gallons. You would want the larger ones for a 5 gallon batch to allow for the krausen as the fermentation gets going.
yeah well i haven't saw one by now and i spend some time looking for them ...
i have only one more stop to check for one and i will do it tomorrow
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Old 04-14-2014, 06:18 PM   #12
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The only downside I can see with these is they look like a pain to clean due to the very narrow neck.
daaamn havent even took that into consideration ...

now big are the necks on the carboy ??
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daaamn havent even took that into consideration ...

now big are the necks on the carboy ??
About 1.5-2", or 3.5-5cm. But it can vary. As long as it's about the same size it won't be any worse to clean than a carboy.
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Old 04-15-2014, 08:03 AM   #14
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will have to check that out 1st then ...
at first thought i think its quite smaller, but we will see!
fingers crossed !

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will have to check that out 1st then ...
at first thought i think its quite smaller, but we will see!
fingers crossed !
Hot water and PBW will take care of most stuff but you will still want to be able to squeeze a bottle brush in there occasionally.
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Old 04-16-2014, 06:40 PM   #16
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so i found the white buckets after quite a long search.
the problem is that the biggest size they have is only 22 liters ...
ill check one place on Friday that allegedly sells exact carboys and will see what ill do then !

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