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Reddit mentions of Mr. Beer 1 Gallon Heavy Duty Glass Fermenter with Spigot Total Capacity 1.5 Gallons, Perfect for Homebrewing Beer, Wine, Kombucha, Kefir or Cold Brew Coffee

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We found 4 Reddit mentions of Mr. Beer 1 Gallon Heavy Duty Glass Fermenter with Spigot Total Capacity 1.5 Gallons, Perfect for Homebrewing Beer, Wine, Kombucha, Kefir or Cold Brew Coffee. Here are the top ones.

Mr. Beer 1 Gallon Heavy Duty Glass Fermenter with Spigot Total Capacity 1.5 Gallons, Perfect for Homebrewing Beer, Wine, Kombucha, Kefir or Cold Brew Coffee
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This 1-gallon glass fermenter is perfect for brewing any homebrewed beverage Beer, Wine, Kombucha, Kefir, Cold Brew Coffee or any other fermented beverage.Made from heavy duty glass this fermenter is one of kind with a built in spigot and simple air lock.The spigot makes this fermenter unique for 1-gallon brewing. No more syphoning or transferring to another vessel, you can bottle directly from this fermenter.The wide mouth top allows for easy brewing and cleaning.Not into homebrewing? This glass jar is perfect for dispensing Lemonade, Iced Tea, Cold Brew Coffee or any other refreshing beverage

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Found 4 comments on Mr. Beer 1 Gallon Heavy Duty Glass Fermenter with Spigot Total Capacity 1.5 Gallons, Perfect for Homebrewing Beer, Wine, Kombucha, Kefir or Cold Brew Coffee:

u/DogfoodModel · 5 pointsr/Kombucha

I used this

u/TheBuffScientist · 3 pointsr/mead

Amazon has a fermenting container that's 1.5 gallons. That way when you rack off into a 1 gallon carboy you'll actually have a gallon of mead. It's only 3 dollars more.

Prolly need to buy an airlock set to go with it tho.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HFSCX9P/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_kg1wCbCHC7E2Q

u/Kristofaaah · 2 pointsr/mead

Assuming you’re referring to this?

Does the tap being higher than the assumed level of the yeast make it so you don’t need to siphon? Would you run a risk of getting sediment into the other container by just pouring it from the spout?

Either way, for that price, I’m considering this too! Carboys are great, but a pain for stuffing fruit into.
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