DetailsThis lid fits our 6.5 gallon plastic fermenter. It does not have a hole drilled for a rubber grommet or stopper.
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4.8 / 5.017 ReviewsOMGHOLY MARY MOTHER OF GOD!!! THIS LID IS SOOOOO AWESOME. ITS PLASTIC AND ITS SOLID!!!!!!!!!! I AM FREAKING OUT!!!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH LORD FOR PLASTIC LIDS!!!!!!!!!!!! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOMay 14, 2012Gotta have oneThis is simple, great sturdy lid for a good price. At this price, I use to on top of my bottling bucket to keep airborne items out of my brew! (I have kids!!)January 12, 2013Great for aerating and storing sanitizerThe perfect companion to turn your bucket into a storage container for sanitizer or to aerate wort without holding a possibly contaminated finger, glove, etc over the hole while shaking.January 29, 2013Seals wellI've never had a problem with these lids. They seal well and don't crack. They can be hard to get off, and hard to get on. So I use a rubber mallet to tap them down. I keep one lid, with a grommet, in reserve in case one ever cracks when removing it.March 19, 2013Fits tightlyThese really fit tight. I need a mallet to put it on, and a lid lifter to remove it. It's got to be adequate for keeping the air out, at least for a month or two, plus you have all the CO2 from the yeast.May 22, 2013Fits almost too tightlyIt fits tightly. So tightly I use a lid wrench to pop it off. I keep my star san mixed in a bucket and keep this lid on it so it doesn't evaporate or get dust. Its also an emergency back up in case a fermentor lid cracks.July 12, 2013The standardI have 6 of these in my homebrewery. Love them. You can't go wrong with them.December 22, 2015Great lidThese do not have a rubber seal on them, bu I've never had a problem getting an airtight seal. Great lid for the priceJuly 14, 2013Holds on very tighlyIf you put the lid on and pound down, it will not come off if the bucket were to be tipped over. It holds like a bear hug, and takes a lot of strength to remove.September 10, 2013For aerating my wortI use the undrilled lids to aerate my wort. I add the wort in, seal the bucket with this lid, not one with a drilled hole and stopper, and rock like mad for a minute._x000D_No leaks and no wort coming out the air lock hole. Take it off and pitch the yeast. Then rinse it off and use soap and water to finish the job.October 1, 2013
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