Great for holding cleaning solutions in your carboy or keeping dust out during storage.
Universal bungs have a longer taper than standard rubber stoppers, for snugger fit and better seal — plus a lip prevents bung from falling into carboy.
This undrilled universal bung will work with glass carboys.
Top Diameter: 1.56"
Bottom Diameter: 1.156"
- Details & Instructions
4.9 / 5.07 ReviewsI needed a stopper for my finished wine if I can't bottle until the next day or so. Works great!March 8, 2017Purchased
1 year agogreat for cleaningWhen I am cleaning/sanitizing my carboy, I put some Star San it it then cover it with one of these stoppers. It is really easy to then swirl the Star San around without spilling it.April 30, 2013Great Price and Works GreatI purchased these to plug my carboys when not in use. It keeps them clean after cleaning them so with just a quick sanitation the carboy is ready for a batch of new wort.April 13, 2013Aeration!LOVE this thing to get my fresh wort aerated. Pop it in an hold the carboy sideways on my lap to rock it back and forth. Much easier to keep going than rocking it on the floor. Would love to have an o2 setup but you can't beat this option for $0.75!March 18, 2013Good for what it isFits exactly like the drilled version, I still have problems with these staying in when they are wet. I just give it a light push to rest in the neck then come back after its dried and give it a final seating. Works very well and fits a variety of carboys. I recommend it!February 26, 2013A must for carboy cleaning/soakingIf you want to clean a carboy and get it a good soaking, one of these is necessary. Unless you prefer holding your hand over the carboy opening or making a huge mess. I use one of these to seal up the carboy with some cleaning solution and then invert it onto a carboy drying rack to soak and loosen up residue on the carboy neck.January 8, 2013Nice to haveThis is not a "must" for a home-brewer to have, but they sure are nice. Once I am done washing out my carboy I always throw a solid bung on it to help prevent bacteria and germs from making their way into it. I store my carboys in the basement so you never really know what wonderful insects want to make it their home. _x000D__x000D_Honestly, the reason I like using the solid bungs are for the simple fact that they cut down on cleaning time, and for under a dollar, it is most defiantly worth it.November 4, 2012
- Customer Q&A
Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 3 answersis this size comparable to a #6 (1 Gallon stopper/ bung)?BEST ANSWER: This was printed on your website and probably the reason I ordered small:
We recommend this larger-capacity 6-gallon carboy for use as a secondary fermenter, especially when brewing lagers or high-gravity beers. It can also be used as a primary fermenter for 3-gallon batches of wine. Glass carboys are great for fermenting because they never scratch or break down over time. Plus, glass does not hold odor, which could impact taste. This carboy uses a #6.5 stopper or a small universal carboy bung.