FREE Sample Port with FastFerment Conical Purchase!


The FastFerment Conical has a 7.9 gallon/30 liter capacity.  Comes with 6″ screw top, grommet, airlock, collection ball for yeast harvesting, wall mounts, bolts and anchors, tubing and tubing clamp.  Additional accessories including carrying strap, stand and additional collection balls are also available.

More about the FastFerment Conical from Great Fermentations

Conical Fermenters are a great addition for your brewery, because they allow you to do both your primary and secondary fermentations in the same vessel. The problem is that conicals can sometimes cost hundreds if not thousands of dollars. Enter the FastFerment! The “cone” shape design of the fermenter allows yeast and sediment to collect in the bottom of the fermenter. When fermentation is done, simply close the bottom valve and remove the collection ball from the vessel and voila – you have started secondary fermentation! Now you can clean the collection ball and put it back on to finish off your secondary, or you can store it with the yeast in the fridge to use again



FastFerment 7.9 Gallon Conical Fermenter at Great Fermentations

FREE Sample Port!  For a limited time, Great Fermentations is offering a free sample port exclusively to Homebrew Finds Readers!  The sample port allows you to easily collect samples for tasting and gravity readings.  Includes the sampling port, required drill bit and instructions.

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5 thoughts on “FREE Sample Port with FastFerment Conical Purchase!

  1. Matt Ellis

    I plan in buying the stand but would like available before the conicals hit the street. I’m not interedted in mounting the bracket to the wall because I move fermentation depending on the season.

    I do a lot if IPAs so doing secondary/dry hopping in the same vessel will save me cleaning time for sure.

  2. Luke

    With regards to the reattachment of the ball for secondary fermentation, doesn’t all the oxygen thats trapped in the ball essentially bubble through the rest of the beer? If you have a keg I guess you can try purging right before attachment, but this seems like a huge oversight.

    1. Jason

      I agree with Luke. You would have to keep the valve open otherwise the Oxygen in the ball with filter up through your yeast cake not only pushing all your yeast back into suspension but oxidizing your beer. However you could fill the ball with your fermenting beer before replacing for secondary. This way you would only have a minimal amount of oxygen going into your beer.

  3. EchoTony

    These look pretty slick. Just have a huge issue with it fitting into my ferm chamber, so it’s a no go at this point.

  4. Jon

    Thanks for the heads up on this! Almost bought a Speidel plastic tank to replace my buckets, but this is a MUCH better solution. Very cool and a reasonable price.


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