6 Gallon PET Plastic Carboy

  • 6-gallon PET plastic carboy

6 Gallon PET Plastic Carboy

SKU MW-6061



Product Details

The 6 Gallon PET Plastic Carboy is ideal for secondary fermentation and long term aging beer and wine. When full, it weighs an easily managed 42 pounds and is light as a feather when empty for easy cleaning.

Designed to be strong, scuff resistant, easy to handle, and essentially unbreakable all while providing a taste- and odor-free, BPA-free, DEHP-free, plasticizer-free fermentor. Virtually impermeable to oxygen, the PET Plastic Carboys are extraordinarily easy to wash and sanitize (no brushes necessary). The PET Plastic Carboys are non-absorbing, non-porous, and non-wetting (hydrophobic), so it will not carry over flavors from one batch of wine or beer to the next and it is easier to clean and sanitize than glass or other plastics. The PET Plastic Carboys are the best choice for home winemaking and homebrewing.

The PET Plastic Carboys use a #10 stopper or a Medium Universal Carboy Bung with an airlock. The Better Bottle O-Ring closure is not compatible with the PET Plastic Carboys.

**Do not use hot water over 120 degrees with PET Plastic Carboys.

Additional Information

SKU MW-6061

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Bryan B.
Carboy order

Ordered four car boys Unfortunately one came damaged you guys sent one out immediately received in time no problem no cost to me appreciate everything you do thank you so much

Robert C.
6 Gal carboy

Does an excellent job!

vincent c.

It seems very sturdy, no flexing when I move it around. I like the smooth side walls, I feel it allows for better internal flow of released CO2 and I enjoy simply seeing the brew working off through the clear plastic. The 6 gallon volume is a good feature as well.

Kelly M.
It Works 🤷🏻‍♀️

Does the job and love that it has smooth walls.

Shipping Damage

I received the 6 gal PET plastic carboy and there was an obvious dent in the shipping box. The carboy was also dented significantly. I was able to use my L shaped cleaning brush to force the dent out, but there is still some minor distortion to one side of the Carboy and there is what appears to be some possible seem damage about 4 inches long. I am using the carboy for the first time and after 3 days with a batch of wine in it, there is no evidence of leakage, so I’m good to go. I would suggest Midwest figure out how to support the box better. It was a simple card board box with no additional reinforcement.