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Vittles Vault 40 lb Capacity, Stackable Airtight Container [Grain Storage] $29.74 + Free Shipping & Hands on Review

Vittles Vault Stackable Container

Stackable, Airtight Container by Vittles Vault

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

  • Airtight
  • Heavy Duty
    Easy Spin On / Off lid
  • Lock-Down Double Gaskets
  • Molded handles
  • Stackable (Top and bottom are designed to nest together. Recommend 2 high only, heaviest container on bottom)

Made from High Density Polyethylene, FDA Approved Food Grade Plastic. BPA free.
We care about the safety and storage of food, for people and pets! Vittles Vaults are completely recyclable. Weights are estimates and will vary based on size and density of kibble.


 

  • The Vittles Vault line of stackable containers are very popular for bulk grain storage. These have a stated 40 lb capacity (rating is for pet food) but the 40 lb size can generally hold more in a back down orientation.  Actual storage capacity will vary.  A 60 lb size is also available.
  • What are others saying?  Search this product’s Amazon reviews for “brew” – may include reviews for other sizes or variations
  • Check out our Hands on Review of the 60 lb version of this container.

7/13/20 12 AM Central: This is selling for $29.74.  Shipping is also free to many US addresses. Prices, shipping and availability can change quickly. Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit Amazon. Check the product page for current price, description and availability.

Vittles Vault Airtight Stackable Pet Food Container – 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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Hands on Review: Vittles Vault Stackable Storage Bins for Homebrew Grain Storage!

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50 lb Stackable Airtight Vittles Vault Container [~55 lbs Grain Storage Capacity] – $37.95, less than smaller 30 lb size

Thanks to Twitter Follower @chillindamos for this photo [and one more below]! [Connect with HBF on Twitter] This is the 50 lb stackable size with a full 25 kg bag of grain in it.  That’s about 55 lbs and there’s still some room.

7/12/20 12 AM Central: This is selling for $37.95.  Shipping is also free to many US addressesFor some pricing clarity, this is less than the current price of the smaller 30 lb size ($39.98 as of this posting)…Prices, shipping and availability can change quickly. Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit Amazon. Check the product page for current price, description and availability.

Vittles Vault 50-Pound Stackable – 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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60-Pound Capacity Vittles Vault Stackable, Airtight Storage Bin [Grain Storage] – $35.95 + Free Shipping & Hands on Review

60 lb Stackable Vittles Vault Container.  The Vittles Vault line of stackable containers are very popular for bulk grain storage.

These are.. food grade, airtight and pest proof.  They have a large easy access opening and their ability to stack makes them space efficient.  They feature heavy duty construction and have easy spin off and on lids with gaskets.  The body includes molded handles for easy carrying.  Made from Food Grade Plastic that is BPA and BPS free.

This 60 lb capacity Vittles Vault easily holds a 50-55 lb bag of grain.  Stock up on bags of malt to save money, have fresher grain and be ready for your next homebrew.

What are others saying?  Search this product’s Amazon reviews for “brew” – may include reviews for other sizes or variations

7/1/20 10 30 PM Central: This is selling for $35.95.  Shipping is also free to many US addresses with Prime Membership [Try Prime for Free] or a qualifying orderPrices, shipping and availability can change quickly. Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit Amazon. Check the product page for current price, description and availability. Also: Recent Amazon Finds and Amazon Fillers Resource Page 

Vittles Vault Stackable – 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.

More: Recent Amazon Finds

Homebrew Grain ScaleUltraship 55 lb Grain Scale – Review

 

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Hands on Review: Vittles Vault Stackable Storage Bins for Homebrew Grain Storage

This review is by Homebrew Finds Contributor Brad Probert.  Brad is an engineer, expert homebrewer and experienced reviewer.  Grab a link to Brad’s website at the end of this review.

Vittles Vault Storage Bins

Gamma2 as a company is 100% dedicated to their mission of designing and providing pet food containers to animal owners (technically they also care about your dog getting out of the pool, as they make a doggy pool exit ramp). But, that doesn’t mean these “pet food containers” can’t be co-opted for homebrewing. The same characteristics that make them ideal for pet food, also make them ideal for malt storage.

Vittles Vault 60-lb Container

I’ll go through a few storage basics for malt. First, you want to store it uncrushed, so that the husk helps keep the good stuff inside protected from the environment. Cracked grain kernels are more enticing to critters, and opens up the endosperm to fast staling. Beyond that, grain wants to be kept at cooler room temperatures (40 – 60F), dry, away from light, and in an airtight environment. Maltsters range in the max recommended storage time, with most in the 12-18 months range, and some up to 24 months. When you buy grains by the 55-lb sack, most will put a “best by” date on the label, since you don’t know how old it is before you get it. Although you can save money by buying grains in bulk, you need to make sure you have the right throughput to use it up before it stales.

Lid o-ring Out of Groove on Right Side

Gamma2 has a number of different types and sizes of storage containers. All are designed to be airtight, so they keep air from getting in and staling your grains when you’re not scooping it. (Which of course, the same thing can’t be said for that 55-lb sack of grain you’ve got in the corner, with a stretch of duct tape over the hole you cut into it…) The lid design is how they achieve this air-tightness. There’s a compliant o-ring that’s held in a groove on the lid which gets compressed down onto a chamfered face on the body of the container to make the seal. As the threaded lid gets screwed down, the o-ring will get squished to block off the air-leak path past the lid.


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Also Mentioned in This Review:

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60-Pound Capacity Vittles Vault Stackable, Airtight Storage Bin [Grain Storage] + Hands on Review

60 lb Stackable Vittles Vault Container.  The Vittles Vault line of stackable containers are very popular for bulk grain storage.

These are.. food grade, airtight and pest proof.  They have a large easy access opening and their ability to stack makes them space efficient.  They feature heavy duty construction and have easy spin off and on lids with gaskets.  The body includes molded handles for easy carrying.  Made from Food Grade Plastic that is BPA and BPS free.

This 60 lb capacity Vittles Vault easily holds a 50-55 lb bag of grain.  Stock up on bags of malt to save money, have fresher grain and be ready for your next homebrew.

What are others saying?  Search this product’s Amazon reviews for “brew” – may include reviews for other sizes or variations

Vittles Vault Stackable – 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.

More: Recent Amazon Finds

Homebrew Grain ScaleUltraship 55 lb Grain Scale – Review

 

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60-Pound Capacity Vittles Vault Stackable, Airtight Storage Bin [Grain Storage] + Hands on Review

60 lb Stackable Vittles Vault Container.  The Vittles Vault line of stackable containers are very popular for bulk grain storage.

These are.. food grade, airtight and pest proof.  They have a large easy access opening and their ability to stack makes them space efficient.  They feature heavy duty construction and have easy spin off and on lids with gaskets.  The body includes molded handles for easy carrying.  Made from Food Grade Plastic that is BPA and BPS free.

This 60 lb capacity Vittles Vault easily holds a 50-55 lb bag of grain.  Stock up on bags of malt to save money, have fresher grain and be ready for your next homebrew.

What are others saying?  Search this product’s Amazon reviews for “brew” – may include reviews for other sizes or variations

Vittles Vault Stackable – 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.

More: Recent Amazon Finds

Homebrew Grain ScaleUltraship 55 lb Grain Scale – Review

 

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Hands on Review: Vittles Vault Stackable Storage Bins for Homebrew Grain Storage – updates, new photos

This review is by Homebrew Finds Contributor Brad Probert.  Brad is an engineer, expert homebrewer and experienced reviewer.  Grab a link to Brad’s website at the end of this review.

Vittles Vault Storage Bins

Gamma2 as a company is 100% dedicated to their mission of designing and providing pet food containers to animal owners (technically they also care about your dog getting out of the pool, as they make a doggy pool exit ramp). But, that doesn’t mean these “pet food containers” can’t be co-opted for homebrewing. The same characteristics that make them ideal for pet food, also make them ideal for malt storage.

Vittles Vault 60-lb Container

I’ll go through a few storage basics for malt. First, you want to store it uncrushed, so that the husk helps keep the good stuff inside protected from the environment. Cracked grain kernels are more enticing to critters, and opens up the endosperm to fast staling. Beyond that, grain wants to be kept at cooler room temperatures (40 – 60F), dry, away from light, and in an airtight environment. Maltsters range in the max recommended storage time, with most in the 12-18 months range, and some up to 24 months. When you buy grains by the 55-lb sack, most will put a “best by” date on the label, since you don’t know how old it is before you get it. Although you can save money by buying grains in bulk, you need to make sure you have the right throughput to use it up before it stales.

Lid o-ring Out of Groove on Right Side

Gamma2 has a number of different types and sizes of storage containers. All are designed to be airtight, so they keep air from getting in and staling your grains when you’re not scooping it. (Which of course, the same thing can’t be said for that 55-lb sack of grain you’ve got in the corner, with a stretch of duct tape over the hole you cut into it…) The lid design is how they achieve this air-tightness. There’s a compliant o-ring that’s held in a groove on the lid which gets compressed down onto a chamfered face on the body of the container to make the seal. As the threaded lid gets screwed down, the o-ring will get squished to block off the air-leak path past the lid.


Check Pricing and Available Sizes & Configurations, Review Continues Below

Also Mentioned in This Review:

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Vittles Vault Airtight Container [25 lb Size, ~32 lbs Grain Storage Capacity] – $22.95 + free prime ship + Hands on Review

Gamma2 Vittles Vault Plus for Pet Food Storage

The Vittles Vault line of containers are very popular for bulk grain storage.  They have a large opening for easy access and have an airtight design.

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

  • Pet Food Goes Stale! Gamma2 Keeps Your Food Fresh!
  • Airtight Seal Keeps Food Fresh
  • Free measuring cup. Capacity is calculated by total volume. When using container, choose a capacity greater than what you need to prevent overfilling and spills
  • Keeps Pet Food Odor Contained In The Vault
  • Keeps Food Fresh!Pet Food Goes Stale Gamma2 Keeps Your Food FreshKeeps Food Fresh.We recommend thoroughly washing and drying your Vittles Vault container regularly. Over time, oils absorb into the plastic, which can cause food to become rancid

 

The 25 lb size is said to be 6.5 gallons.  My estimate for unmilled grain storage is 5 lbs per gallon.  At that rate an 6.5 gallon container would hold about 32.5 lbs of grain that’s a rough estimate, actual storage capacity will vary.

This container is included as part of our Vittles Vault Review: Hands on Review: Vittles Vault Stackable Storage Bins for Homebrew Grain Storage

5/6/20 11 AM Central: These are selling for $22.95.  Shipping is also free to many US addresses with Prime Membership [Try Prime for Free] or a qualifying orderPrices, shipping and availability can change quickly. Please note that product prices and availability are subject to change. Prices and availability were accurate at the time this post was published; however, they may differ from those you see when you visit Amazon. Check the product page for current price, description and availability. Also: Recent Amazon Finds and Amazon Fillers Resource Page 

Gamma2 Vittles Vault Plus for Pet Food 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.

Also: All Grain Tips & Gear Resource Page | Storage Options – Base Grain, Specialty Grain and DME

More: Recent Amazon Finds

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Hands on Review: Vittles Vault Stackable Storage Bins for Homebrew Grain Storage!

This review is by Homebrew Finds Contributor Brad Probert.  Brad is an engineer, expert homebrewer and experienced reviewer.  Grab a link to Brad’s website at the end of this review.

Vittles Vault Storage Bins

Gamma2 as a company is 100% dedicated to their mission of designing and providing pet food containers to animal owners (technically they also care about your dog getting out of the pool, as they make a doggy pool exit ramp). But, that doesn’t mean these “pet food containers” can’t be co-opted for homebrewing. The same characteristics that make them ideal for pet food, also make them ideal for malt storage.

Vittles Vault 60-lb Container

I’ll go through a few storage basics for malt. First, you want to store it uncrushed, so that the husk helps keep the good stuff inside protected from the environment. Cracked grain kernels are more enticing to critters, and opens up the endosperm to fast staling. Beyond that, grain wants to be kept at cooler room temperatures (40 – 60F), dry, away from light, and in an airtight environment. Maltsters range in the max recommended storage time, with most in the 12-18 months range, and some up to 24 months. When you buy grains by the 55-lb sack, most will put a “best by” date on the label, since you don’t know how old it is before you get it. Although you can save money by buying grains in bulk, you need to make sure you have the right throughput to use it up before it stales.

Lid o-ring Out of Groove on Right Side

Gamma2 has a number of different types and sizes of storage containers. All are designed to be airtight, so they keep air from getting in and staling your grains when you’re not scooping it. (Which of course, the same thing can’t be said for that 55-lb sack of grain you’ve got in the corner, with a stretch of duct tape over the hole you cut into it…) The lid design is how they achieve this air-tightness. There’s a compliant o-ring that’s held in a groove on the lid which gets compressed down onto a chamfered face on the body of the container to make the seal. As the threaded lid gets screwed down, the o-ring will get squished to block off the air-leak path past the lid.


Check Pricing and Available Sizes & Configurations, Review Continues Below

Also Mentioned in This Review:

Continue reading

60-Pound Capacity Vittles Vault Stackable, Airtight Storage Bin [Grain Storage] + Hands on Review

60 lb Stackable Vittles Vault Container.  The Vittles Vault line of stackable containers are very popular for bulk grain storage.

These are.. food grade, airtight and pest proof.  They have a large easy access opening and their ability to stack makes them space efficient.  They feature heavy duty construction and have easy spin off and on lids with gaskets.  The body includes molded handles for easy carrying.  Made from Food Grade Plastic that is BPA and BPS free.

This 60 lb capacity Vittles Vault easily holds a 50-55 lb bag of grain.  Stock up on bags of malt to save money, have fresher grain and be ready for your next homebrew.

What are others saying?  Search this product’s Amazon reviews for “brew” – may include reviews for other sizes or variations

Vittles Vault Stackable – 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.

More: Recent Amazon Finds

Homebrew Grain ScaleUltraship 55 lb Grain Scale – Review

 

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