Carboy Glass (11.5 L | 3 gal)

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Traditional Fermentation with the Carboy Glass - An Italian Excellence

Master Your Brewing with Our 11.5 L Carboy Glass

The Carboy Glass, a product of Italian craftsmanship, is a quintessential container for the fermentation and aging of wine or beer. This glass carboy, with a capacity of 11.5 liters (approximately 3 gallons), is designed for amateur and professional brewers and winemakers who value tradition and quality. Using glass as the material adds to its aesthetic appeal and allows for easy monitoring of the fermentation process, providing clarity and visibility crucial for quality control. Its dimensions are thoughtfully designed to cater to standard brewing and winemaking needs.

Key Features:

  • Capacity: 11.5 liters (3 gallons), suitable for small to medium batch brewing.
  • Material: Made of high-quality glass for durability and clarity.
  • Dimensions: Height: 375 mm, Base: 230 mm, Shoulder: 230 mm, Mouth: 1260 mm.
  • Traditional Brewing: Ideal for fermentation and aging of wine or beer.
  • Visibility: Allows for easy monitoring of the fermentation process.


Q: Is glass better than plastic for fermentation? A: Glass is traditional and doesn't interact with the brew, offering purity and visibility.

Q: Can the carboy withstand temperature variations during fermentation? A: Glass is generally good with temperature changes, but extreme variations should be avoided.

Q: How should I clean the carboy? A: Clean with brewing-specific detergents and rinse thoroughly. Be cautious, as glass can be fragile.

Q: Is this carboy suitable for long-term aging of wine or beer? A: Its quality and size make it suitable for fermentation and aging.

The Carboy Glass is more than just a container; it bridges traditional brewing and winemaking methods. Its design and construction, a testament to Italian quality, make it a valuable tool for anyone serious about crafting quality beverages. Enjoy the clarity, purity, and tradition it brings to your fermentation process.

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