Choose from a variety of fermenters including glass carboys, plastic buckets or carboys, conical fermenters, stainless steel fermenters, demijohns, oak barrels, and unitanks.
There are some pros and cons to stainless steel and plastic fermenters, both are great options depending on your own preferences. Be sure to read our blog article on “Stainless Steel vs Plastic Fermenters” to know which fermenter will be best for your homebrewing needs.
Glass Carboys & Plastic Carboys
Find 3, 5, 6, and 6.5 gallon glass carboys as well as plastic carboys made of a special PET that is non-absorbing, non-porous, and does not stain or carry over fermentation flavors. We also offer the accessories you may need for whichever carboy you choose, including carboy haulers, carboy handles, and fermenter heating pads.
Plastic Fermenter Buckets
Choose from 2, 6, 8, 10, and 20 gallon fermenting buckets and lids along with pail fermentation accessories including carboy heater or heat pad, inner liners, rubber lid grommets, and pail opening tool. One choice in fermenters is glass vs plastic carboys, but another is carboys vs buckets and in our blog article, “Fermentation Vessels: Buckets vs. Carboys For Homebrewing?” we cover the pros and cons of each option.
Stainless Steel Fermenters
Choose from 3.5, 4, 7, and 14 gallon sturdy stainless steel fermenter buckets for beer, wine, cider and mead fermentation. Cooling systems for SS fermenting buckets are also for sale.
Tired of using multiple vessels for racking off dying yeast? Consider the benefits of conical fermenters. No racking is needed as primary and secondary fermentation takes place in the fermenter - minimizing potential for oxidation and contamination. We have stainless steel and food grade plastic conical fermenters for sale in various sizes so you can ferment 3 to 42 gallons of beer, wine, mead or cider in a conical fermentation tank.