This may be ridiculous but a better bottle carboy transfer heat or cold better than a plastic bucket? Reason for asking is I'm unsure what the wort temp is here in Florida with my stick on thermometer and was wondering if using a different primary would give me more accurate temp readings during fermentation. I realize they are both plastic but wasn't sure if the better bottles were thinner or made in some way to transfer temp better since they were specifically made for brewing.
RIP: British Pale Ale, Hefeweizen, Cream Ale, DIPA, American Brown Ale, Single Hop Nelson Sauvin IPA, NB Winter Warmer, Chimay Blue Clone, Magic Hat #9 clone, Single Hop Cascade IPA, Vanilla Bourbon Porter, SMaSH Cenntenial IPA, German Pils,
Bottled: Beligan Trippel, Imperial IPA
Kegged: American Amber
Fermenting: Belgian Witbier
On Deck: Citra IPA