Better Bottle 6 US Gallon Better Bottle

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6 US Gallon Better Bottle

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  • Better Bottle question

    I'm looking to buy two Better Bottles, but can't seem to find any conclusive information about exactly what else I need to complete the setup. Can anyone provide a little guidance on what accessories

  • Learn From My Lesson--Better Bottle Ruined

    Washing out my better bottle with my cool new carboy/bottle jet washer that attaches to the hose spigot. ( ) The neck is just big enough that if you push har

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    4 of 5 | December 29, 2012 at 09:14 PM This is my first carboy.

    Price: $25.00

    Pros: Cheap, transparent, unbreakable, lightweight

    Cons: Plastic

    Recommended? Yes

    Bought a plastic better bottle for hard apple cider this winter. Still cookin.. No complaints.
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    2 of 5 | October 29, 2012 at 01:17 PM Buy glass instead!

    Price: $28.00

    Pros: not breakable, lightweight

    Cons: difficult to clean

    Recommended? No

    The better bottle works great as a secondary fermentor if you do not plan on leaving your beer in secondary for very long, but never use it as a primary fermentor or it will be impossible to clean. I wish I would have bought glass instead of this.
  • March 13, 2012 at 10:57 AM

    Price: $25.00

    Pros: can see fermentation its light

    Cons: scratchable the musting cap has a hard time fitting the opening

    Recommended? No

    I think that if i had the choice again that i would have bought the glass carboy for 10 bucks more. the musting cap wont slide over the opening without having to really work at it.
  • February 21, 2012 at 09:33 AM

    Price: $27.00

    Pros: Strong, Lightweight, good beer

    Cons: Scratches easily

    Recommended? Yes

    I exclusively use better bottles for my fermentation. I own 6 of them. They are long lasting and have provided me with great fermentation's.

    They can scratch easily but, as long as you give it a good soak and don't have to scrub to hard the better bottles are easy to clean.
  • February 14, 2012 at 11:17 AM

    Price: $25.00

    Pros: * Great price * Easy to clean * Easy to handle * You can watch fermentation

    Cons: * None!

    Recommended? Yes

    In my opinion this is strictly better than a carboy. It's lighter, easier to clean and move around, and practically impossible to break. It's even around the same price or possibly cheaper than equivalent carboys. An all around great product!