IRIS Airtight Storage Container. Translucent body means you can see what’s inside. Wheels for easy transport. BPA free. Made in the USA.
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Airtight pet food container is the ideal solution for storing dog or cat food, other pet food, and more
Pet food bins have airtight seals and snap lock latches to keep out moisture and pests for secure dry food storage
Slim plastic container design fits into tight spaces
BPA free rolling storage bins come with casters for easy mobility
Dimensions: 18.13″L x 10.63″W x 23.78″H
As of this posting, the product page for this container is listing it at 47 quarts. My rule of thumb for grain storage is about 5 lbs per gallon. 47 quarts is 11.75 gallons. At an estimate of 5 lbs per gallon, you could store about 58,74 lbs in this container. That’s an estimate.
Over the years I’ve homebrewed, I’ve utilized a number of storage and organization strategies. Some could be defined less as strategies and more as “piles”. These strategies have ranged from, cardboard boxes, to big totes that I threw everything under the sun into to using smaller shoe box size containers and breaking everything out into categories. The shoe box size organization method has worked well and other than a few large totes for bigger items, it’s what I’ve settled on. At some point after going to that, I realized that when brew day rolled around, I had to collect items from a number of these containers. I usually forgot something and had to look around, multiple times per brew day trying to find whatever I needed. That evolved into putting together a container just for brew days. I cleverly 🙂 call that my “Brew Day Box”. This container houses nearly all the small odds and ends that I use when brewing. I’ve also tried to make sure those things don’t really need removed at other times. For example I use a refractometer regularly, not just on brew day, so… I bought another refractometer. Everything that’s in my Brew Day Box generally… stay in my Brew Day Box. This keeps everything in one place and I’m not wasting time trying to find stuff when I should be brewing.