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6 Gallon Glass Carboy
FE325
$39.99
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Description

A 6 gallon glass carboy fermenter is great for fermenting 5 gallons of beer, or for making 6 gallons of mead/wine.  Our glass fermentors are made of thick, high quality glass, and are easy to keep clean since carboy brushes will not scratch the interior.

Dimensions:
Height: 22 inches
Width: 10.75 inches
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Item # FE325
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 16LBS
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China
Cheap carboy, made in China, the casting is so bad I'm afraid to put it under vacuum. Does not compare to the Italian made glass carboys which typically sell for about the same price. This was a surprise coming from Morewine, since most of the products I've purchased have been good quality.
March 8, 2017
Glass is the way to go!!
Received this carboy in a well packed box. I was worried at first that it would come in one piece but glass is super thick. 6 gallon size is great for that extra space for 5 gallon batches. During violent fermentation that extra space keeps things easier to maintain.
May 27, 2015
Something to think about....
I have had this carboy for a long time, maybe 10 years, and have run a lot of beer through it. However, eventually the beerstone has built up in the channels to the point I don't feel like I can really get it clean.
May 5, 2015
great product
Good product and quick shipping
January 5, 2014
Glass is the best in my opinion
This product has lasted me years. Does not scratch and easy to clean. I would prefer the 6.5 gallon for brewing beer so it has room to rise when fermenting. This is good for wine too. Just be careful because this is glass.
September 16, 2013