Fermtech Autosiphon

Fermtech Autosiphon - Indiana Red -
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One stroke of the racking cane/piston assembly will start a siphon when immersed in as little as six inches of beer or wine; less than six inches may require a second stroke. Includes a removeable diverter piece (essentially a big racking tube tip) to minimize sediment pickup.
Plastic; can be disassembled for cleaning and sanitizing.

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    4 of 5 | May 16, 2009 at 12:13 AM

    Price: $8.00

    Pros: Easiest to start a siphon. Most sanitary siphon. Can sterilize the odd shape easily by pumping solution from a bowl onto it and back into the bowl. Large anti-sediment tip.

    Cons: Plastic. Mine is showing many, many hairline cracks and looking like it is about to disintegrate. Beer gets stuck above the sliding cane. When siphon is just about done it gargles and splashes the last bit of beer around oxygenating it.

    Recommended? Yes

    Check out the pro and cons lists.
    2 of 5 | April 28, 2009 at 05:38 AM

    Price: $0.00

    Recommended? Yes

    I again have not used it but to put it on my equipment list I have to write a damn review.
    5 of 5 | March 23, 2009 at 11:10 PM

    Price: $12.00

    Recommended? Yes

    This simple little device is well worth the money. Siphoning is a snap now.
    5 of 5 | March 19, 2009 at 11:34 AM

    Price: $12.00

    Recommended? Yes

    The best $12 you can spend for racking your beer. They are easy to use, clean and the built in filter keeps most larger particles out.
    4 of 5 | January 27, 2009 at 09:04 AM

    Price: $0.00

    Pros: it works! easy!

    Recommended? Yes

    Mine works great but as I've had it for quite some time, it does not seal up as well on the bottom any more, so it makes for very drippy wine thief action. But I never have to suck on a tube, and I can use it to run sanitizer through other lines. I also get much less trub than I did with a normal racking cane. I sometimes hook the end of its tube to a corny disconnect and rack in to kegs with it.