Ss Brewtech Brewmaster Brew Bucket 7 Gallon

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  • Ss Brewtech Brewmaster Brew Bucket 7 Gallon

Ss Brewtech Brewmaster Brew Bucket 7 Gallon

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SKU 42608



Product Details

The Brew Bucket was the very first product Ss Brewtech invented. Essentially they were home brewers sick of the fact that there were no affordable quality 304 stainless steel fermenters on the market. It’s no secret that stainless steel is the superior material for sanitary fermentation. You don’t see your local craft brewery fermenting in plastic for a reason. Stainless steel is more sanitary than plastic and safer than glass.
The signature conical base of the Brew Bucket minimizes potential off-flavors due to yeast contact during fermentation and allows the yeast to collect below the racking arm for a clean sample or transfer. All sizes of brew buckets fit nicely into standard chest freezers for convenient temp controlled fermentation. And of course, one other very popular and unique feature of the design is that Brew Buckets can be stacked during use! Not to mention a nice assortment of custom accessories have been made for these.

Brewmaster Editions of the Brew Buckets feature a weldless thermowell and LCD thermometer.

Product Key Features:

-Conical base with rotatable racking arm
-Space-saving stackability
-Weldless thermowell w/ LCD thermometer
-⅜” Mini ball valve for transfers and gravity samples
-Wide lid with secure spring clamps
-17mm port in the lid for ½” blow off tubing (Blow-off Barb not included)
-Welded carrying handles
-Etched volume markings (gallons/liters)
-Patent pending
-Optional temperature control for 7 Gallon with FTSs Chilling Kit (not included)

Specs for 7 Gallon Brewmaster:

-304 Stainless Steel
-7-gallon capacity
-12.5” Diameter
-20.5” Height

17mm port in lid requires a No. 2 Drilled Stopper or the Ss Brewtech Blow-off Barb.

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Additional Information

SKU 42608

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Will never ferment in a plastic bucket again!

This stainless steel brew bucket has been a real improvement to my brewing process. As a conical, I don't have to rack to a secondary unless I am crafting the most dank IPA or Belgian. I kind of wish that Midwest would have kitted a homebrew outfit with stainless as well as plastic buckets. Would have probably saved 2-3 batches from becoming contaminated over the years of doing plastic.