DetailsIdeal for brewing up half batches of beer or wine, or for Dessert wine kits. Heavy-duty glass won’t hold odors and makes it easy to see the contents of your homemade wine or beer.
- 3-gallon capacity
- Uses a #7 stopper or small universal carboy bung
- Clear glass doesn’t hold odors
Dimensional Shipping Weight applies.
- 3-gallon capacity
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Height 16.5" Diameter 9"
4.8 / 5.012 ReviewsGreat CarboyThis is a great Carboy for those that don't like to make 5 gallons every time. I prefer a quantity of variety rather than a quantity of the same beer so this allows me to brew twice as much in perfect sized batches. This carboy is heavy duty and won't break easily. It also is easy to handle and move around even when full. I highly recommend this carboy to anybody who wants a medium sized carboy.January 29, 2013Home wine brewerVery positive transaction, quick to ship broken item replacement. Excellent transaction!January 3, 20163 gallon glass carboyHeavy, well constructed glass container for 2nd fermentation. It is a nice size for small wine batches.December 19, 20153 Gallon Glass CarboyBought this for mead and experimental batches. It arrived in one peace and on time.March 16, 2016Nice for experiments and small batchesVery handy if you want to experiment with beer recipes during fermentation like different yeast, additives, etc. Brew up 5 gallons and divide into two carboys to do two different variations. Or use it to brew up an experimental batch that you aren't 100% sure, so you won't waste ingredients. Not so easy as a secondary to experiment with dry hopping since it's a carboy and not a bucket but still useful for aging a portion of wort if you want to try that too.October 7, 2012good for experimentingI like these for my smaller 1-3 gallon batches I do BIAB style on the stove top. Allows me to test out or fine tune a recipe.November 13, 2012Awesome!These are great for splitting up 5 gallon batches to test different yeasts. I do this all the time when brewing ales. Awesome!January 22, 2013Love them!Great for small 3 gallon batches. I usually do a few 3gallon wine batches a year and this makes a great carboy for aging in. Some times I also brew extra wort and throw a gallon or two in this to try a different yeast.February 8, 2013I love my 3 gallon jug !I like brewing 1 case at a time, it's the perfect size for that ! It's heavy glass so you can use some strong cleansers that will never absorb into the plastic. It will never get brittle with time or retain odors. I like to watch the fermentation progress and with care will last the rest of my life.January 28, 2016
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