This Cornelius Keg Fermenter Lid is on sale for $9.99. It has a 3/4″ Hole that’s designed to accommodate a #3 drilled stopper (included) and airlock (also included). That allows you use a Cornelius Keg as a fermenter. Use a 5 gallon keg as a secondary for a 5 gallon batch, use a 5 gallon keg as a primary fermenter for smaller batches or use a 10 gallon Cornelius Keg as a fermenter for 5 gallon+ batches.
I have two 10 gallon kegs that I use as primaries. This allows you to do quite a few things including, easily transfer under pressure, ferment under pressure, carbonate in the primary fermenter and carbonate and serve from the primary (with a cut off dip tube).
Adventures in Homebrewing just announced the availability of a number of used 10 gallon whiskey barrels. At $150, they are just $11 more than the 5 gallon used whiskey barrels that AIH recently had available for a short time.
Description: These barrels come from Sons of Liberty Spirits Company, an award winning craft distillery located in Rhode Island. This innovative distillery specializes in American Single Malt Whiskies born from distinctly flavorful beers. These once filled charred oak whiskey barrels will impart whiskey taste and aroma, and improve the depth of flavor and complexity of your next beer.
Adventures in Homebrewing has a number of free shipping promotions going on right now. Free Shipping is to the lower 48 states. Look for the free shipping logo on qualifying items.
24 Extract Kits that ship for free - from AIH… “These recipes are crafted by the talented brewers at Adventures in Homebrewing. Each one has been brewed, tested and found to be consistently delicious. This quarter, we have chosen some very good seasonals.”
Adventures in Homebrewing has access to a supply of Blichmann BoilerMaker Kettles with Slight Cosmetic Defects. Blichmann has standard pricing, they don’t do sales or discounts. This is one of a few opportunities to get discounted Blichmann gear.
The last I knew, these were sold out. The last time I posted about their availability was back in July. Looking through AIH’s website I see all sizes are available again (except 55 gallon) with a 1 week lead time. Since G1s are out of production, I’m guessing availability is limited. This is a great kettle. I’ve used two of the 10 gallons for years.
These ship for free and AIH also offers reward points. That comes out to 5% back toward a future purchase.