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

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Item #: R58
Our Price: $32.99
Needed Spigot Tool
In Stock, Will Ship On 01/29/2020.
  Vintage Shop Valve Assembly Tool (+ $6.99)


The 6 gallon Vintage Shop carboy features unbreakable PET construction, Made from BPA-free PET (polyethylene terephthalate copolymer) plastic. Unlike plastic waterbottles, this is an odorless and virtually impermeable plastic, which allows beer, mead, or wine to sit for several months in the carboy without worry about oxidation. Combines the barrier properties and visibility of glass, with the light weight and safety of unbreakable plastic. Easier to clean thoroughly than ribbed carboys.

Includes a spigot with high flow valve with a ½" tubing hose barb outlet. This spigot flows faster than competing PET carboy designs, and is easily installed and replaced by the optional spigot tool (pictured). If you need tubing for your spigot, order our J16 ½" inner diameter tubing. Temperature safe to 120° F. 

19 1/2” tall, 11” wide. Takes a #10 stopper and airlock (stopper and airlock not included).

Note: Pictured Valve Installation Tool is not included.



Average Rating:
(based on 9 reviews)

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by Mimi Sidwell
on 12/10/2016
from NM
This carboy is lightweight and easy to work with. The spigot is nice to have when racking.  A full carboy is heavy as it is and this plastic one makes picking it up so much easier.  
by Shawn
on 2/16/2016
from San Francisco
Exactly what i am looking for. Yay!
by Steve
on 1/29/2014
from Meridian
Better than glass
One thing I like over the bucket is that I can see the fermentation. The one con is dry hopping is not as easy as with a bucket. 
by Keith
on 1/25/2014
from Limerick, PA
Better than a pail
Much better than the pails for fermenting.  Easier to see what is going on, but a bit harder to clean.
by jeanine
on 12/6/2013
from Duluth
Leaky Valve
After installing valve, I decided to check for leaks by filling it with water.  After letting it sit for a few minutes, the valve started to drip where the handle rotates about the valve.  Luckily I still had a leftover valve from my fermentation bucket that appears better made and did not leak after installing.  If you buy this product, I would definitely check for leaks before using and have a backup ready!
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