(generic) 5 gallon glass carboy

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Generic 5-gallon glass carboy.

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  • March 14, 2011 at 08:25 PM

    Price: $27.00

    Pros: Works well

    Cons: None so far

    Recommended? Yes

    Does what I need. I bought it from Northern Brewer.
  • February 16, 2011 at 01:40 AM

    Price: $25.00

    Pros: can see my fermentation and looks nice

    Cons: none

    Recommended? Yes

    used as a secondary for my beer but as of late i am questiong the need of a secondary
  • February 9, 2011 at 12:19 PM

    Price: $30.00

    Pros: Feels nice and solid, thick glass, large smooth spot that fits Fermometer without going over any ridges/bumps.

    Cons: None that I know of.

    Recommended? Yes

    Bought this at the Red Salamander in Grand Ledge, MI. Fair price, and he threw in the bung and airlock for free.
  • February 8, 2011 at 07:53 PM

    Price: $30.00

    Pros: -no infections -transparent

    Cons: -don't chip it -use a blow off tube

    Recommended? Yes

    I have a two of these and while they are great for secondary fermentations I try not to use them for primaries since they will volcano yeast. Still, the yeast will sometimes stack up 1' in the air so it makes for a great photo.
  • November 5, 2010 at 10:18 PM

    Price: $25.00

    Pros: Allows you to see if your product has clarified without exposing to air, lets you monitor trub levels, doesn't leech flavors as readily as plastics, can be made into nifty fish tanks

    Cons: Heavy-ish, breakable, definitely gets slippery when sanitizing solution gets on the outside

    Recommended? Yes

    Chicks dig the glass carboy. Showing off a plastic bucket is not nearly as mind blowing as being able to show the actual fermentation taking place, the trub settling out, the yeast flocs forming, the krausen on the top. It allows you to monitor your beer's progress more closely without exposing it to air, though obviously you've got to be careful about light exposure.