Anvil Bucket Fermentors

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  1. Myndflyte

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    Thanks, but my buckets and plastic are working just fine. Trying to calculate how many PET carboys I can discard at the first sign of a scratch and still not spend as much as I'd spend for one of these stainless steel buckets....
     
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    Oh yeah that looks the goods I've been uming and ahing about getting a stainless brew bucket too. Yes plastic fermentors are way cheaper. But stainless lasts longer like a lifetime. It's easier to clean and probably less chance of harbouring any wild yeasts in microscopic scratches. It's also less O2 impervious. Pity it's not worth the shipping costs to Aus but I could see one of them working for me in my fermentation chamber. I just gotta get in the missus good books and then slip the question sweetie I think it's time I got some stainless steel fermentor action in my brew house:p.
     
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    I got that email too, looked at them very hard, interesting, only thing I see possibly going wrong is the proprietary valve which looks great but new stuff always seems to need improvement over time
     
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    True true wait a little until they've ironed out all their creases so to speak.

    If i had a different fermentation chamber i would get a conical either Aussie fermentasaurus or fast ferment conical mmm but its a plain old plastic bucket for now:p.
     
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    +1! It Looks good indeed, however isnt die internal spigot pipe too Close to the bottom? ( im wondering in case wehen you have a high amount of trub)
     
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    You can adjust it where you want it I'm sure.
     
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