Kegland 25L Stainless Steel Brew Bucket Fermenter - Brewmeister Edition
This is Kegland's version of the stainless brew bucket - now a super popular entry point into stainless steel fermenters. The feature set is similar to the brewmaster edition of a similar product. This is an ideal product if you want to step up from a plastic bucket fermenter or you want something shinier than a Fermzilla and don't want to pressure ferment. It'll also last a lifetime. This fermenter can't be used under pressure but can be pressurised to max 1PSI for pressure transfers (other parts would be needed for this).
- Conical base with rotatable racking arm
- Weldless thermowell with LCD thermometer
- ⅜” Mini ball valve and rotatable racking arm for transfers and gravity samples
- Wide lid with secure spring clamps
- 18mm port in lid for airlock (included) or blow-off tubing
- Welded carry handles
- Etched volume markings gals/litres
- Stainless 304 Bucket fermenter (26.5L brim full)
- Silicon bung (with centre hole) and bubble air-lock
- Mini ball valve and fittings
- Thermowell and fittings with digital thermometer.
From the manufacturer (edited this in places for UK market):
This top value fermenter is made from 304 grade stainless steel. The welding is smooth and the outer body is passivated to provide that matte stainless look. The exact same method how the KegLand 19L Brand New Stainless Steel kegs are produced.
The base inside this unit is a domed / cone shape so its really easy to clean while the rotating rack arm enables you to drain out every last drop.
This unit also includes a thermowell on the front. This unit comes with a digital thermometer (batteries not included) as shown in photos however the thermowell will also take various other thermometers such as the probe on an ink bird temp controller.
Straight out of the box instructions:
1. Assemble the Thermometer and Rotating Racking Arm to the Body of the Fermenter.
2. Fill up your BrewBucket with around 5 to 10L of hot to warm water.
3. Add a scoop of ChemClean (or similar) and mix around. This will help remove any machining oil that is still on the surface of the fermenter. Open up the rotating racking arm to clean as well.
4. Tip out the ChemClean and Water mix, then fill with the same amount of water at the same temperature and wash out the remaining ChemClean.
5. Dry and store before use.
6. Before your first batch, use 1 to 2L of Water with 1.5mL to 3.0mL of ChemSan and swish that around to get it nice and foamy touching all the insides, the rotating racking arm, the top bung and airlock. It is now ready for its first ferment! It's good to use a little bit of sanitiser in your airlock in case the water goes stagnant and sucks back in infecting your brew.
Some minor manufacturing scratches may be present but will not affect performance whatsoever.
Please note: This unit cannot be used under pressure. If you decide to go against the manufacturing guidelines you will void the warranty.