The 3 Gallon FastFerment is your all-in-one fermentation solution.The FastFerment conical fermenter eliminates 80% of sanitizing and cleaning with this affordable all-in-one fermenter. Conduct all stages of fermentation in this single vessel. Remove the trub from the bottom of the fermenter instead of transferring all your liquid to secondary.
No siphons, no secondary fermenting vessel to sanitize, no extra bungs and airlocks.FastFerment produces dramatically better results. Start each batch by letting debris settle out into the collection ball before pitching your yeast! Remove the debris, and pitch into ultra-clear wort. Plus, FastFerment minimizes the risk of oxidation and contamination by eliminating the need to transfer to a second vessel, preventing off-flavors and infection. Keep your batch safe from external spoiling factors by keeping it in one place.
Perfect for making beer, wine, or cider.
Total Capacity 3 US Gallons - Made for 1-2 Gallon batches with blow offs.
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any more low maintenance, FastFerment has a wide mouth lid for effortless, hands-on cleaning. Plus, you can easily add or remove dry hops or flavor additions during secondary fermentation.
It's not just for beer. FastFerment is also perfectly suited for homemade wine or cider!
Each FastFerment Includes:
- One 3 US Gallon HDPE Conical Fermenter
- 6" (15cm) Screw Top, Grommet & Airlock
- Bottom Collection Mason Jar For Harvesting Yeast
- 3/4" Teflon Seated Union Valve
- 3/8" - 1' Hose with clamp and barb
- Metal Stand for the Fermenter
- Optional Thermometer available for direct monitoring of fermentation temperature.
Height When in the Stand:
- To top of Airlock: 26"
- To top of Lid: 23"
- Body Width: 10.6"
- In the Stand: 11"
Once you're ready to bottle, check out our 12 oz beer bottles or kegs and kegging accessories.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
I used it once with a 1 gallon beer kit. Advise to read all the instructions as you do not to Teflon tape around 12 times or it will leak , and make sure you leak test it as it does require it to be tight enough. My batch did not start fermenting so I think I did wrong by not closing the valve. Other wise it was easy enough to use and clean. Also I recommend using rubber gloves it makes it easier to get the top lid off when it tight, otherwise it’s too slippery to get a grip on. So better luck for me next time. I will try the beer kits again until it’s fruit harvest time. Then production turns to wine.
The fastferment is great so far. Installed the thermowell for the thermostat and have a minor leak during the leak test, but that is what the leak test is for. Resealed and now about to finish the first ferment on a pinot noir kit. Excited and hope everything goes well. Great product so far.