Re: [BrewEquip] Re: 1 Gallon jugs
- I've done this to great effect. I first got the 1 gallon glass jugs for
massive starters, but later changed my style from large-scale (15
gallons/batch) to nano-scale (2.5 gallons/batch). The glass jugs work
great; they're light, you don't have to worry as much about the glass
falling apart and causing horrific near-amputations as with glass
carboys... and they're disposable/repurchasable cheaply.
I use a combo of those and 2.5 gallon corny kegs inside a 2" foam
fermentation chiller to great effect.
leo barendse wrote:
> My 2 cents
> I buy apple juice from Trader's Joe in 1 G containers , add some
> bottom dreg of a Chimay or other Belgian beer ( any ale yeast works
> fine too) and ferment right in the container
> I it's about $4 /G for a hard cider , bottle is reusable
> */timothysbrand <timothysbrand@...>/* wrote:
> I posted the same back in the spring, it may have been the homebrewing
> group also. However, go to yankeecontainers.com, they have much.
> - In BrewingEquipment@yahoogroups.com
> <mailto:BrewingEquipment%40yahoogroups.com>, Greg Kelley
> <gwk1973@...> wrote:
> > Anyone have a good source for 1 gallon jugs: glass, ceramic, etc.
> After reading the BYO article on small batches, I want to give it a
> try to "experiment" and refine my