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Clear Flint 1/2 Gallon Glass Jug

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Clear Flint 1/2 Gallon Glass Jug

SKU: 7034

$3.99
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The Flint 1/2 gallon glass jug is perfect for making a large yeast starter, experimenting with fruit flavors in your wine or beer, or for storing sanitizer solution. Takes a #6 stopper or a 38 mm screw cap depending on what your needs are.

Note: Stopper, or screw cap, is not included.
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Good experimental secondary
I used this to experiment with a batch by pulling just a little off the primary and putting in here. Works great for trying to experiment with just a small amount.
February 13, 2011
Great Party Size
I bottle my hard lemonade in these. On a hot day out camping or at a picnic, I pop one open and it's about the right size for everyone to have a glass. Small and light enough that they're easy to pack and fit in the cooler, but saves a gargantuan number of bottles.
November 18, 2012
Great for starters
Used this last week for my first starter and it worked great. Not to small and not too big; just perfect. And thanks to my starter, I had a vigorous fermentation, so I may need a another one of these to use for my blow off!
December 24, 2012
Glass Bottle
Is what it is a clear glass bottle. Works great if you keg your homebrew but want to take some over to a friends house. Don't forget to buy a cap.
January 27, 2013
Good quality
This half gallon jug comes in handy for flavoring and oaking. It is very good quality glass
February 9, 2013
Great Buy!
Very High quality that you can use for beer/wine over and over and over again ..and best price on the market
March 29, 2013
Good size for a starter
This jug can hold a god size yeast starter, and is way less expensive than a 2 liter flask. If you have the right caps, you can even bottle in it if you want to bring some beer to a party. Very convenient.
April 12, 2013
Economical.
I bought a bunch of these to do experiments with dry-hopping. I made a 5 gallon split it into a bunch of these jugs, then added different amounts of hops of different varieties to figure out what dry-hopping I wanted in my house pale ale.
April 20, 2013
Bring Beer with you!
Bring your home brew with you. Show off your home brew with this clear Growler, fill it up from your keg and bring it to GO!
April 22, 2013
Good size for samples
I fill a couple of these when I bring beer samples to the local brew club. I would not use them for fermenting or a yeast starter. Make sure you have good caps like the poly seal because the CO2 will leak and you'll end up with flat beer.
August 23, 2013
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Can you use to bottle condition a freshly fermented beer?
J A on May 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These jugs aren't rated for a high enough pressure for bottle conditioning.
Where is this jug manufactured?
K E on May 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This jug is made in the USA
Was this jug always offered by the case ? or is it still offered that way ?
J E on Apr 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This jug is sold as an individual jug and is not available by the case.

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