DetailsNow featuring siphonless transfer! Eliminate the need for a racking cane or auto siphon with the newly designed Big Mouth Bubbler® EVO 2 Siphonless Glass Fermentor. Recently re-engineered with the help of world-class Polish master glassmakers to ensure sturdy, solid, superior craftsmanship. Its graduated volume markings and Big Mouth Bubbler® Universal Lid makes this the ultimate homebrewing carboy.
Fight oxidation and contamination by keeping your fermentor closed for transfers. Never open the lid to insert an auto-siphon, just turn a valve and you’re set. Best of all, you’ll have clearer beer. Gently rack liquid from the spout into a secondary fermenter, bottling bucket or keg without disturbing the trub.
Make your brew and transfer days faster and easier with the siphonless Big Mouth Bubbler® EVO2 Glass.
•Ported Big Mouth Bubbler® EVO2 6.5-Gallon Glass Fermentor
•Universal Harness for Big Mouth Bubbler
•Big Mouth Bubbler® Universal Lid
The optional Big Mouth Bubbler Universal Dual Port Lid allows for the use of a temperature controller probe. The ThermoStar Dual-Mode Digital Temperature Controller with optional 12" stainless probe ensures precise and repeatable fermentation temperatures!
Lid port works with our Small Universal Stopper or a standard 6.5 rubber stopper.
- Details & Instructions
5.0 / 5.01 ReviewGreat product, simplifies fermented beer transferEasy to use and great being about to completely view the fermentation. Spout makes transfer to secondary or to bottles quick and easy.July 24, 2019Purchased
3 months ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 2 answersWhat type of glass is it sturdy enough to sit on the kitchen floor in a low traffic area I would assume you don’t need to take the lid off to transfer to bottling container ?BEST ANSWER: I bought this a few weeks ago and have used it to ferment my latest batch. It is very sturdy and the harness makes it much easier to lift and move. For removing the fermented brew, since it has a bottom spout it belongs on a table with a plastic tube on the spout to be drained into a secondary fermenter or a bottling bucket. You do not need to remove the lid, but you do need a way for air to allow the flow out the spout, so you could just remove the air trap. I found I could drain it down to the trub on the bottom by tilting the jar once it got down near the bottom and still keep the liquid clear. Good LuckWhat are the dimensions?
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