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Home Brew Fermenters Guide 3 of 3 – Plastic Carboy Homebrew Fermenter For Homebrewing

Visit: Learn How To Brew Your Own Beer At Home! Homebrewers want to know which is better to brew with, glass or plastic carboys? Should I use a glass or plastic fermenter? This 3-video series discusses the pros and cons of using various types of home brew fermenters for homebrewing beer. This video features a plastic carboy Better Bottle fermenter used to homebrew beer. Video 2 featured a home brew glass carboy used for fermenting homebrew, and Video 1 featured a plastic bucket fermenter used for homebrew fermentation. Home brewing and learning how to brew your own beer at home is easy to do with our instructional videos and other learning resources. We teach people just like you how to make homebrew and become a homebrewer in no time! What you will learn Home brewing tips, homebrewing equipment guides, detailed instructions for making your own beer, videos about home brewing that show the entire step-by-step process, the best beer kits, what malt extract brewing is, home brew beer recipes, malt extract beer, how to bottle homebrew, homebrew instructions, home brewery setup, homebrewing FAQ and much much more! Visit and get your free copy of our popular eBook “20 Insider Tips For Learning How To Home Brew” This eBook is a cheat sheet that will get your homebrewing and home brewery setup a huge head start and make learning how to brew your own beer quick and easy! If you love the new hit series Brew Masters on Discovery with
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  1. HomeBrewVideos

     /  September 12, 2011

    Double check how you’re attaching the different washers and spigot and make sure you’re following the directions in putting them together in precisely the right order. I had this problem too only to discover I had some rings on the outside that were supposed to be on the inside.

  2. ryanh02

     /  September 12, 2011

    I got a plastic fermentor bucket with a spigot I can’t get it to stop leaking though. I hope I figure it out soon cause I really want to start brewing my own beer!!

  3. HomeBrewVideos

     /  September 12, 2011

    I’ve been using two 6-gallon Better Bottle plastic carboys with spigots for a few years now and haven’t had a problem with any leaking. I think it all depends on the quality of the type you buy, and it’s very important that they come with teflon washers and rubber gaskets to get a nice tight seal.

  4. dea136

     /  September 12, 2011

    I’ve found that fermenters with spigot’s leak, which is why I avoid them.


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