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Brew Beer Yourself The Easy Way With A Fermentasaurus and Keg System

Buckets, Siphoning? No Thanks. Check Out The Fermentasaurus

  • Conical shape means trub settles into the collection vessel. You can just remove it so your beer isn't sitting in contact with it for for longer than necessary or you can keep it for using in future brews saving money on yeast.
  • Fermenting under pressure has 3 distinct advantages
    • Low ester production
    • Ferment at higher temperatures with less off flavours developing
    • The CO2 produced during primary can carbonate the brew without the need for a secondary fermentation.
  • Having the same connections as a keg means that beer can be transferred under pressure without ever contacting air into a sanitised, co2 filled vessel.
  • The fermenter can have the same connections (tap and regulator) attached meaning it can be used as a keg. You can ferment, clarify, carbonate and serve from one container.

Forget The Headache Of Bottling - Keg Your Beer!

  • Forget the headache of storing, cleaning, sanitising and capping hundreds of bottles.
  • Don't wait for secondary fermentation to occur for carbonation
  • Adjust carbonation levels as needed either increasing or decreasing according to taste rather than tipping flat or over carbonated beer down the sink.
  • Store in large 19L kegs either in the fridge or somewhere cool, only clean and sanitise a single keg instead of more than 50 bottles for the same volume.
  • Have smaller kegs for keeping in the kitchen fridge or taking anywhere with you. The same fittings from the fermenter and large kegs can be used on ones between 2L and 10L and brew can be transferred into them and refilled as needed.
  • No chance of broken glass from exploding bottles, or dropping and breaking them. 5 year warranty on all stainless steel components.