6.5 gallon glass carboy
- Carboys on Ebay
Does anyone have any experience with these. Seems like a pretty good deal. http://cgi.ebay.com/6-5-Gallon-Glass-Carboy-For-Home-Brewing-Wine-Cider_W0QQitemZ190365474888QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDo
- Turn Key 10 Gallon Brewery For Sale
Getting out of home brewing and have everything you need to brew today. Asking $2500/OBO to take everything off my hands. And when you come to pick it up you can pick some fresh hops off the vine too.
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Pros: Always in stock, easy to clean, multipurpose, beer and wine
Recommended? YesWe sell a couple a week, if you are is Southeast Georgia stop in and get one, you will not regret it. I always keep 4 carboys busy. This general purpose 6.5 does it all. When I go from the Primary to the condition carboy I use the 6 gallon then.
Pros: Durable, easy to clean, transluscent, no woes about scratching.
Cons: Shattered carboy = unhappy homebrewer.
Recommended? YesI was told to get glass early-on and have always been happy with my carboys. The Brewhauler makes moving this thing around way easier.
June 11, 2012 at 01:16 PM
Pros: Everything: easy to clean, and big enough to ferment in nicely
Recommended? YesThese are great for fermenting in because of the head-space for yeast to work. they are also not soft like plastic so they are hard to scratch, which helps bacteria grow. i would recommend to anyone out there if they can get there hands on them do it. i used plastic for a while but after an infection i am reluctant to use it anymore.
May 16, 2012 at 07:18 PM
April 25, 2012 at 08:37 PM
Pros: great for secondary fermentation
Cons: hard to clean
Recommended? Yesi got this with my kit, i love it. after i got this I have been secondary fermenting my brew to make a cleaner better beer.