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roadymi 10-18-2012 09:54 PM

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Well the hole vinegar thing when you just let the air touch it after fermentation the alcohol turns . But I can see what you mean that you don't want to drill into your lids . What are you using can you get a picture up somehow ? I'm quite interested in how your doing this . If your just using a bucket then lids with the holes in them they already sell for cheap it's like $3 and the buckets are $10 but that's just 5gal . I want to start with larger batches but I like to do 4 to 5 different brews all at once myself .
These are 18 gallon food grade barrels I bought from a local online auction for 10 bucks apiece. There is a good rubber gasket under the lids and a galvanized clamp ring for sealing them tight.

roadymi 10-18-2012 09:54 PM

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Originally Posted by decibelz View Post
Well the hole vinegar thing when you just let the air touch it after fermentation the alcohol turns . But I can see what you mean that you don't want to drill into your lids . What are you using can you get a picture up somehow ? I'm quite interested in how your doing this . If your just using a bucket then lids with the holes in them they already sell for cheap it's like $3 and the buckets are $10 but that's just 5gal . I want to start with larger batches but I like to do 4 to 5 different brews all at once myself .
These are 18 gallon food grade barrels I bought from a local online auction for 10 bucks apiece. There is a good rubber gasket under the lids and a galvanized clamp ring for sealing them tight.


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