DetailsThis smaller sized racking cane is perfect for 1/2 and 1 gallon carboys! No longer worry about losing your siphon when transferring in your smaller equipment.
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Height 15" Diameter 3/8"
4.9 / 5.08 ReviewsWorks fineGreat for test batches and for transferring. Cost is a-ok, too!December 9, 2013Great product if transferring beer by yourselfWorks great for transferring my beer to secondary or the bottling bucket. I use this with a plastic clip-on so I can transfer my beer by myself using my auto siphon.July 16, 2013racking caneI use this for my 1/2 batches. It works great, and the price is unbeatable.April 6, 2013Great for 1 gallon carboysThis racking cane made racking my 1 gallon batches 10x easier. I don't have to worry about sucking up the lees, holding the tube in place, or worry about the tube coming up and disrupting the suction. This is so worth the priceJanuary 10, 2013good for test batchesworks great for 2 gallon buckets. fits easily in the neck of a 1 gallon jug. with it's small size, it's easy to set up a sanitizer starter siphon. an auto siphon might work easier, but for the money and size this works great for me.December 26, 2012Perfect for boil kettle racking...If you use a standard kettle, not one with a valve, you'll get pretty tired to having the longer (standard) cane flip from side to side as you rack off into the fermenter which disturbs the trub on the bottom. With this cane, you'll be MUCH happier.... more stable cane, much less trub, clearer wort, better beer. Try it, you'll thank me later..._x000D_ClassicAlesDecember 25, 2012Make your own bottle fillerI have a keg setup and I made a bottle filler out of this and a rubber stopper (size 2, drilled). Cut the bottom of the racking cane at a 45 degree angle. Slide the stopper up the racking cane so that it fits perfectly inside a beer bottle. The short end of the racking cane will fit inside a standard party (picnic) tap. _x000D__x000D_Place your homemade bottle filler in a beer bottle and lift the tap up (rather than pressing down) until it locks in place. You don't need to worry about stopping the beer flow as it will stop automatically until you press on the side of the stopper to release air pressure. Simple, affordable, and effective.December 22, 2012It's okWhen siphoning, the auto-siphon is the way to go and so much easier. The racking cane does get the job done thought. To me, it's worth paying the extra money for the auto-siphon.October 8, 2012
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