DetailsBrew and enjoy the rewards of a continuous supply of fresh, tasty, Kombucha tea. With our EverBru Stainless Steel Fermenter you can do just that - brew a large 2.5 gallon batch of fresh delightful hand-crafted Kombucha that is truly worth appreciating. The stainless-steel fermenter is stamped with a EverBru logo on a 304-grade stainless steel construction that pairs perfectly with your countertop while ensuring durability that will last a lifetime. Integrated with a plastic spigot, you can easily transfer and bottle your Kombucha tea and continuing brewing – just replace the amount Kombucha removed with the same amount of sweet tea into the EverBru Stainless Steel Fermenter to keep the process going. The Fermenter comes with an included plastic retaining ring that makes it easy to hold your butter muslin or cloth cover in place, ensuring no unwanted critters get in. The 6 inch wide opening makes it super easy to clean and remove the SCOBY.
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Browse 6 questions Browse 6 questions and 10 answersWhen you do continuous brew method, after using some of the kombucha and replacing with new tea, how long do you wait until it's ready?I have read that you don't want a plastic spigot because it can leach into the kombucha. Why isn't the spigot stainless?BEST ANSWER: Thanks for reaching out. The spout that we have on our fermenter is perfectly safe for making Kombucha. The plastic used is food grade HDPE and should not pose an issue.Is it possible to replace the plastic spigot with a separately purchased stainless steel spigot?BEST ANSWER: It is possible. I will be changing mine but for now I am brewing Jun Tea like a pro.How tall and wide is it?BEST ANSWER: About as tall as a gallon milk jug my be alittle bit taller. Glass is better for Kombucha, steel affects the tea and cultureIs this a true 2.5 gallon, or like a 2.2?BEST ANSWER: I checked the bottom of the container and it is not marked with a volume. Never measured it myself but it makes more than enough Kombucha for my useWhat does the lid look like?Thinking about using it as a hop back.BEST ANSWER: Not a lid - it's more of a "lid". This was designed to be a water dispenser - so think about flipping a big water jug upside down - it seals against the dispenser because of the plastic ring.