Ferment small batches of fruit wine or home brewed beer with this clear glass 1-gallon jug (carboy). Ideal as a secondary fermentor, this 1 gallon fermentor is odor-free and perfect for homebrewing. Take your homebrewing journey to the next level and use these 1 gallon jugs to split up a batch of beer and experiment with different dry hops, fruit essences, and other flavor additions.
- Heavy-duty glass with carrying loop
- 1-gallon capacity
- Seal with a #6 rubber stopper (sold separately)
- Does not include cap
- Details & Instructions
Height 12" Diameter 6"
4.9 / 5.099 ReviewsPerfect vesselPerfect for those overages when fermenting wine.July 18, 2019Purchased
3 months agoJune 13, 2019Purchased
4 months agoGallon jugsReally like them and will probably buy more in the future. We use them for our distilled water which we drink and use when cooking.June 1, 2019Purchased
4 months agoLook great ! Packaged amazingly so as not to break.March 13, 2019Purchased
7 months agoGREAT JUGSThis are GREAT jugs. EASY to order. FAST to too get here. Great to work withMarch 8, 2019Purchased
7 months agoneeds topperDefinetly needs to come with a top whether its screw on or notFebruary 28, 2019Purchased
7 months agoI bought these for water. They are just as expected!February 22, 2019Purchased
7 months agoCute glass jugsLove them! Exactly what I expected and quick delivery.February 21, 2019Purchased
7 months agoJanuary 31, 2019Purchased
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- Customer Q&A
Browse 12 questions Browse 12 questions and 40 answersWhat size spout?BEST ANSWER: Spout is 1 3/16 wideWhat kind of glass is this made from?BEST ANSWER: It's nothing special like Pyrex, but it is thick and sturdy. I bought 5 to do experimental additions in secondary fermentation on stouts. Work well!What are the dimensions?BEST ANSWER: 11 1/2" tall. 6 1/4" wide. The mouth is about 1 1/8" wide. A great investment for the wine making enthusiast. I usually use these when measurements after racking off gross lees don't pan out in larger carboys.Are these jugs lead-free? Also are they dishwasher safe, if not, why not?BEST ANSWER: I don't know about the lead content, if any, but I do use the dishwasher occasionally. My dishwasher isn't the best about getting out particulate matter in the jugs, so those I end up cleaning by hand.Does this have a 38-400 neck finish? The same as a standard plastic milk jug?BEST ANSWER: I can't answer this question. But, I would like to add that the cap you sell fits a few small glass containers that I have from salad dressings to kombucha bottles that are great for water or juice and fit in my purse.Does this work with 38mm caps? And is this rated to withstand pressure of a fully carbonated beer?BEST ANSWER: The 38MM caps we sell does work with this jug. You can fill this with already carbonated beer no problem.Will a 6.5 stopper work with this jug?BEST ANSWER: I do not know. I have only used the caps you can buy there with the bottles. We use them to put reverse osmosis water in for home consumption.Does a lid come with it?BEST ANSWER: Hi there, the lid or stopper needs to be purchased separately. You can use a #6 stopper or a 38mm screw caps. Cheers!Is this made in the USA?BEST ANSWER: Yes, these one gallon jugs are US-made. They are from Arkansas Glass. - Mike W, Midwest Suppliesi'm looking to use this for coins.. is the opening big enough to accommodate quarters?BEST ANSWER: It will accommodate quarters with no problem. Don't have it by me or I'd provide opening dimensions.How big is mouth opening?BEST ANSWER: The mouth opening is roughly the size of an American half dollar, or British 50 pence piece. In other words, it is not very big. I have three, but I am upgrading soon for various reasons. You will need a wire brush for cleaning, and you will certainly need a funnel to fill the jug. The best way to clean it (in my experience) is to rinse it immediately after you rack your beer (or cider perhaps) to a secondary or bottles; then fill it will hot water and soap and let sit to loosen any debris. Use your wire brush to clean the soft remnants. They certainly are nice for one gallon batches, however.Is there enough room for head space with 1 gallon of liquid?BEST ANSWER: I had no trouble with headroom. I actually added a measured gallon of water to determine where I needed to add water to my batches. Then I marked it. I did not use it for the initial fermentation.