German Made, Speidel Fermenters: Back in Stock. (Including 15.9 Gallon Size)

All sizes of German made Speidel Fermenters just came back in stock.  That includes the 15.9 gallon version that has not been available for months.

I have a Speidel 5.3 gallon fermenter that I use for small Brew in a Bag batches.  I’m very happy with the quality and function of this fermenter.

Some Benefits of Speidel Fermentation Tanks:

  • High quality, German manufactured.
  • Made of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)
  • Heavy duty and much thicker than traditional plastic carboys
  • Oversized top opening makes for easy cleaning.
  • Integrated spigot
  • All connections have o-rings to insure you have no liquid or gas leaks.
  • Integrated handles for easily moving these around.
  • Unlike traditional carboys, these will not shatter.
  • High density construction is highly resistant to oxygen ingress, making these suitable for longer term (up to 12 month) use.
  • Up to 31.7 gallons

Speidel Plastic Fermenter – 12L (3.2 gal) FE705

Speidel Plastic Fermenter – 20L (5.3 gal) FE710

Speidel Plastic Fermenter – 30L (7.9 gal) FE715

Speidel Plastic Fermenter – 60L (15.9 gal) FE720

Speidel Plastic Fermenter – 120L (31.7 gal) FE725

View All: Speidel Fermenters and Accessories

Speidels are great fermenters packed with features.  Heavy Duty HDPE Construction – durable and resistant to oxygen transfer,  Safe – no glass breakage risk, built in handles, large lid opening means easy cleaning, all ports seal with gaskets, includes spigot (no more siphoning) and 2 Piece Speidel airlock.  Designed and manufactured in Germany.  Available in sizes from 3.2 gallons all the way up to 31.7 gallons.

Pinned: Black Friday Roundup! | Amazon’s Black Friday Deals Weeksubmit a tip

Recent More Beer [view more]:

Looking for a MoreBeer Deal? – Today’s Deal of the Day | Sale Items | MoreBeer Deals

2 thoughts on “German Made, Speidel Fermenters: Back in Stock. (Including 15.9 Gallon Size)

  1. Brett

    I’m still trying to figue out how large to use for a secondary fermentation vessel on 5 gal batches. I know you want to reduce oxygen on the beer for longer secondaries, would this be good for that or is 5.3 gallons not adequate space with an airlock? I’ve been told that 6.5 bucket is ok for short (2- 4 week) secondaries.

    1. Chris Brewer

      In my opinion, 5.3 gallons would be adequate space to secondary a 5 gallon batch. I think these are okay for a short secondary. I’d go glass for a longer secondary, something like a sour that may be in the vessel for quite a while.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *