Ferment small batches of fruit wine or store overflow from a batch of beer with this clear glass 1-gallon jug. Ideal as a secondary fermentor, make craft beer and wine in this see-through, odor-free glass jug perfect for homemade brew.
- Heavy-duty glass with carrying loop
- 1-gallon capacity
- Seal with a #6 stopper (sold separately)
- Does not include cap
- Heavy-duty glass with carrying loop
- Details & Instructions
Height 12" Diameter 6"
4.8 / 5.077 ReviewsI use it to hold filtered waterThe glass jug works well, feels sturdy, is easy to carry, and didn't have any harsh chemical smells.March 15, 2017Purchased
1 year agoPerfect priceI wanted a couple of smaller carboys for my smaller batches of mead, I searched all over both internet and local suppliers, what they wanted for a very similar product was kinda ridiculous. Then I found Midwest... problem solved. _x000D_These do the trick and are so affordable, I ended up buying 4 and will buy more as needed. Midwest is the only place I go to buy my mead and wine making supplies... Great prices, point system is nice, the customer service is reliable, friendly and they respond quickly. highly recommend.April 7, 2014PerfectThis was exactly what I needed as a fermentation vessel for my mead. Arrived quickly, and in perfect condition.July 20, 2013Good for small batchesI use these for small experiments for both beer and wine making. Glass is good because it wont scratch, and I use the Poly Seal caps to seal them shut.July 24, 2013Can't have enoughI mainly use the 1 gallon jugs for fruit wine creations, but they also are very handy for when you're thinking of brewing up a batch of beer that is a bit off the beaten path.September 17, 2013Good for small experimentsI use the 1 gallon jugs for aging small batches of fruit wines I experiment with. For small batches glass is better than plastic because the risk of breaking is less, and the weight is less of an issue, and glass is much easier to clean._x000D_September 19, 2013Long term aging vesselI have a few of these jugs and use them for small batches of wine or Mead._x000D_I have a jug brush so they are easy to clean. and great for aging because no air can get in.December 9, 2013Perfect for wineI make small batches of wine and the jugs are the right size for aging. I degass and seal them up for a year or however long it takes.January 17, 2014Great for small batchesThese 1 gallon jugs are great for doing small batches of fruit wine. New to winemaking and these are great to experiment with.March 4, 2014use them in many different ways beside wine.wine , beer pounch, what ever you want to store i got 4 in my house. if i want to try a small batch of something i use a gagg ol for it .March 21, 2016
- Customer Q&A
Browse 6 questions Browse 6 questions and 26 answersDoes a lid come with it?BEST ANSWER: No, you have to buy the lid separate. There are two types-- metal with silicon seal and aplastic polymers type with plastic seal. You can buy them individual or in packs of 12 which is a good buy. Even though I wanted to get away from plastic I like those better than the metal. Call customer services, they can give you price. It is a good buyHow 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 this made in the USA?BEST ANSWER: Yes, these one gallon jugs are US-made. They are from Arkansas Glass. - Mike W, Midwest SuppliesWill 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.i'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.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.