Better Bottle 6 US Gallon Better Bottle

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    2 of 5 | August 5, 2011 at 09:16 AM

    Price: $30.00

    Pros: Light Weight, Priced right

    Cons: Cracks form

    Recommended? No

    I have had 3 of these form cracks in the bottom. Never dropped them. By the third one the common denominator was cleaning them with PBW and hot water. Not over the recomended temperture. So now I clean them with warm water. When I wrote the company with the issue I received no response.
  • March 14, 2011 at 07:39 PM

    Price: $22.00

    Pros: Won't explode

    Cons: None really, Except they don't offer 14 gallon. or conical, it's a good material.

    Recommended? Yes

    Don't want to break glass? Get these. Very functional.
  • March 8, 2011 at 04:45 PM

    Price: $28.00

    Pros: Durable, lightweight, adequate headspace, easy to clean, not as fragile as glass. Being an industry standard means finding 3rd party accessories is very easy!

    Cons: Light Permeable, can be scratched if not careful, No handle.

    Recommended? Yes

    My 6gal. BB came as part of the "Norther Brewer - Deluxe Starter Kit". It's every bit as functional as a 6gal. glass Carboy, it just takes a gentler touch when cleaning to prolong its life. Great purchase for any beginner - intermediate brewer (even some advanced/veteran brewers still prefer them).
  • January 17, 2011 at 04:06 PM

    Price: $25.00

    Pros: Light, Durable

    Cons: Easily scratchable

    Recommended? Yes

    I wouldn't use anything else. My friend uses glass carboys. Lugging those full of wort up/down a flight of stairs to his basement is a PITA. The better bottles make this process a whole lot easier due to less weight. Also, if we would ever happen to drop one, there is a better chance of saving the wort.
  • January 12, 2011 at 07:12 PM

    Price: $25.00

    Pros: Light weight, see-through, virtually indestructible

    Cons: Somewhat difficult to clean

    Recommended? Yes

    Probably had my better bottle primary for around 6-8 brews now. Compared to my glass monster that I used to have, this puppy is far easier to transport for cleaning, etc. It is difficult to clean compared to a bucket, but there's less chance of contamination, and, did I mention, it's light-weight and easy to carry?