Little Big Mouth Bubbler® Glass Fermenter

  • Little Big Mouth Bubbler® Glass Fermenter

Little Big Mouth Bubbler® Glass Fermenter

SKU 41308

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$12.99

Product Details

The perfect small batch primary fermentor. The Little Big Mouth Bubbler® fermentor holds 1.4 gallons - offering nearly a gallon of extra headspace. Cut down on cleaning with the Little Big Mouth Bubbler® and simply wipe it clean after primary through the wide opening. To top it all off, the Little Big Mouth Bubbler® makes a great, inexpensive 4L yeast starter vessel!
The perfect small batch primary fermentor holds 1.4 gallons - offering nearly half a gallon of extra headspace.

Cut down on cleaning with the Little Big Mouth Bubbler® and simply wipe it clean after primary through the wide opening.

To top it all off, the Little Big Mouth Bubbler® makes a great, inexpensive 4L yeast starter vessel!

Kit Includes:
  • Little Big Mouth Bubbler® Glass Fermentor 
  • Single-Port Lid 
  • Rubber Stopper
  • Does not include an airlock

Additional Information

SKU 41308

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
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B
B.S.

Excellent!

T
T.L.
Must have.

These are excellent. The seal with the top is a bit loose. Other than that, very fine procuct.

T
T.C.
Not working for me

Not working for me. Wine foaming, NO CO2 apparent relaease

R
R.S.
Exactly what I needed

I make mead and fruit wines and using a 1 gallon carboy was always a bit of a pain because after the first fermentation, racking to a new container sometimes meant leaving a fair amount of product behind and having head space. With this I can make over a gallon and rack a full gallon to the carboy right to the brim. It is easy to oxygenate before primary, has a nice wide top and seems sturdy. I bought another one and I'll be buying more. For this price this is an amazing fermenter.

D
D.H.
great fermentor

I did my first batch of robust porter and it was so much easier to do versus a 1 gal. jug. Pouring wort into jug was a balancing act having to use a funnel and a strainer. With the big mouth just set the strainer right in the opening. Clean up is a breeze, no carboy brush needed. Two points of improvement I wish the stopper hole was big enough for a mini- siphon and 1 gal. markings. Other than that a great fermentor. Dave H.