15.9 Gallon Speidel Fermenter – $74.99 + Hands on Review

The very popular 15.9 Gallon Speidel Fermenter is More Beer’s Deal of the Day.

Speidel Plastic Fermenter - 60L (15.9 gal)

Speidel Fermenters are made from heavy duty HDPE, durable and resistant to oxygen transfer.  They have built in handles, All ports seal with gaskets.  Quality German manufacturing.

I own both 5.3 and 7.9 gallon Speidels.  They are great Fermenters.  Check out my Hands On Review of the 5.3 and 7.9 gallon sizes.  See the whole line including replacement parts.

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Speidel Plastic Fermenter – 60L (15.9 gal) FE720 – $74.99 + Free Shipping

Hands on Review

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.

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One thought on “15.9 Gallon Speidel Fermenter – $74.99 + Hands on Review

  1. WallyG3

    I’ve been using this model for about 2 years now. It is great for doing 10 gallon batches. I put 11.5 gallons of wort into it and never have any blowoff. It’s not perfect though. The lid design makes it easy to clean, but also makes it hard to pressure push out of it. If you use more than 2-3 lbs of pressure, it will bow the lid out. The spigot is not ideal either. It’s a metric size, so vinyl tubing doesn’t really fit. You have to stretch silicone over it, or do what I did and replace it. I use the one for the BrewBucket and it’s ok, though maybe susceptible to bacteria. MoreBeer sells one, but I can’t speak for it. looks decent. Overall though, it’s by far the most economical fermenter I’ve found for large batches.


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