• 6 Gallon Vintage Shop Carboy
  • Better view of the ferment, and easier to clean than ribbed carboys.

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Item #: R54
Our Price: $25.99
Quantity:
 
In Stock, Will Ship On 11/21/2019.
  #10 Vented Silicone Stopper (USA) (+ $7.99)
  #10 Size Stopper With Hole (+ $2.25)
  3 Piece Airlock (+ $1.50)
  Twin Bubbler Airlock (E79) (+ $1.25)

Description 

The 6 gallon unbreakable PET plastic carboy, is made from rugged PET (polyethylene terephthalate copolymer) plastic. Unlike plastic waterbottles, this is an odorless and virtually impermeable BPA-free plastic, which allows beer, mead, or wine to sit for several months in the carboy without worry about oxidation. This combines the barrier properties and visibility of glass, with the convenience and safety of unbreakable plastic. Easier to clean thoroughly than ribbed carboys.  11" diameter, 19 1/2" tall.

Takes a #10 stopper and airlock (stopper and airlock not included, order from links below).

Reviews

Average Rating:
(based on 13 reviews)

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by bill
on 12/24/2015
from redmond, or
plastic carboy
Nice bottle.  Alot lighter for us older guys to lift.
by tom Lavinski
on 10/5/2014
from callicoon Ctr, ny
plastic carboy
Wanted it because of weight issues; but after using glass for last 14 years; not too excited.   Can't help but think the carboy brush action is going to cause short life span.  Time will tell.  It sure is lighter though.
by Carl
on 8/7/2013
from Westminster
Great Product
This is a great carboy for the price.  Not sure why some reviews say a number 10 stopper doesnt fit b/c mine fit perfectly with no chance of falling in.  
by rtw
on 4/14/2013
from boulder, co
6 Gallon Vintage Shop Carboy
I really like the light weight & ease of cleaning of these carboys. Also the possibility of using a spigot interests me. I prefer these over the glass carboys.
by Paul
on 11/8/2012
from Earth
6-Gallon Carboy
Works as advertised.  Uses the same carboy cap as the glass 6-gallon if that's the way you decide to go. Cheap and light, even when full. 
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Clayton Spahr
10/20/2017 6:18:33 PM
How would I clean after using to process wine, without damaging surface
We prefer soaking the inside with a PBW or Brewer's Edge cleansing solution, which causes the deposits to lift off the plastic. 
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