DetailsThis is the same sized flask that comes with our standard yeast starter kit. The 1000 ML flask is the perfect size for most yeast starters. The correct sized stopper is available under the related products section on the left. Do not heat on stove-top electric burners - gas burners only.
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Height 8.5" Diameter 5"
4.7 / 5.021 ReviewsUser errorQuality product. The problem was non thenusers end. Probably should’ve bought a 2000 ML or larger.April 30, 2018Purchased
6 months agoGood Gift for BrewersI bought this flask for my dad for his birthday. He regularly brews beer and this was on his wish list. It was securely packaged and arrived without incident. The shipping took a while and didn't make it in time for his birthday but he was still pleasantly surprised.April 21, 2017Purchased
1 year agoExcellent service. Fast deliveryExcellent service. Fast deliveryJanuary 1, 2016Gotta get oneI borrowed my buddy's flask and stir plate for my last high-gravity brew, and I have to get this. I had the starter going for 48 hours prior to pitching, and I had full krausen and fermentation going the next morning. This is exactly how you should approach your high-gravity brew - or any brew for that matter. Cleaner flavors and more complete attenuation. I'll be ordering a yeast starter kit with my next gear order.March 11, 2014Sturdy FlaskI've had some flimsy glass flasks and the like in the past, this is not one of the pieces I worry about. It's thick and sturdy, and like others said, it'll hold up to some heat, which is nice. _x000D__x000D_The 2L version is nice as well, I just like having options and this one is a great deal so why not.March 10, 2014Get a stir plate and make good startersI make a starter everytime I brew. This fits on my stir plate and hold a liter of starter mix. Just beware of boil overs.February 17, 2014Can withstand gas burnerI make starters on the gas top. Not only does the flask hold up to the heat, I then put it in the sink filled with water to cool (after letting it sit on a towel for a couple of minutes to coll down). Its big enough to comfortably hold a one liter starter, but you have to watch out for a boil over.December 31, 2013get to 2 liter flaskThis is a good flask but I wish I had instead gotten the larger one so I could make larger starters. To save money you can make a 2 liter starter and split that into to beers, giving you twice the yeast for the price.December 3, 2013Handy for the jobI'm glad I got one of these,as I use it every brew. It makes hydrating dry yeast packets in 400mL of luke warm water a breeze. Def cleaner & neater which SWMBO likes as well. I make 800mL starters for liquid yeast vials in it with plain DME & they're def plenty of yeast cells to get a 1.074 wort going steadilly the next morning. Cleans out easilly with your bottle brush & warm water. I set mine over the center stalk of my vinator atop my bottle tree to drip dry before storage. Get one...you know you want to!November 26, 2013Works goodI'm using this for my yeast starters...I'm new to brewing and I'm finding out how important it is to make a starter for yeast. I did not boil straight in the flask, I'm a bit scared because the glass is on the thin side... I did put the liquid in hot, then straight to ice bath...no problems...It was shipped in lots of bubble wrap and separate from my other heavy things in my order, very much appreciated!October 15, 2013
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