Bergan Smart 50 lb Capacity Stackable, Airtight Bin [Grain Storage]

Bergan Smart Storage

Bergan Smart Storage Large Size.  Color may vary.  50 lb capacity.  Airtight and Stackable

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From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

  • Stackable design
  • Airtight storage
  • BPA free Plastic
  • Largest top opening in the 50 lb category for ease of access
  • Stackable means more food storage without taking up more floor space
  • Easy one hand access for scooping
  • Ability to access contents while stacked

 

With a 50 lb capacity, you should be able to store an entire 50 lb bag of grain, maybe a bit more as grain storage capacities tend to run higher compared with pet food.  Stock up on bags of malt to save money, have fresher grain and be ready for your next homebrew.  Grain storage capacity will vary.

What are Other’s Saying?   Search this product’s Amazon reviews for “grain” – may include reviews for other sizes or variations

Bergan Smart Storage – note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link


Get a Deal on Bulk Malt via MoreBeer:  Viking 2-Row Pale Malt, Viking Xtra Pale Malt, Viking Wheat Malt – and Viking Pilsner Malt – all sell for $10.99/10 lbs, unmilled.  5 x $10.99 = $54.95 for 50 lbs of grain.  To sweeten the deal shipping is free with a qualifying $59 orderCheck product links for current price & availability.

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1 thought on “Bergan Smart 50 lb Capacity Stackable, Airtight Bin [Grain Storage]

  1. Anonymous

    Not a terrible idea, but look at the payback period. A 50 lb bag of 2 row is maybe $48 on any random group buy. So is it worth paying $30 for a container to store a $48 item? If you were buying something like malted millet or sorghum or crap like that then absolutely. If you got some custom malt or something rare then for sure. But I really doubt its going to pay for itself over a tupperware or rubbermade thing.

    However, there is the cool factor. Then if you’re a Prepper Freak, then you can have all the malted barley to make beer after the rapture. That’s worth something.

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