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    Container Logic euro fermenters

    Has anyone on here used the euro style fermenters from Container Logic? Different style than most uni's I've seen. Looks like a shallower cone on the bottom, but I like the fact that the 7 BBL is only 67" tall. Pricing is very competitive as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starview View Post
    Has anyone on here used the euro style fermenters from Container Logic? Different style than most uni's I've seen. Looks like a shallower cone on the bottom, but I like the fact that the 7 BBL is only 67" tall. Pricing is very competitive as well.
    I have a 200 liter and a 450 liter. The problem is they aren't a great fermenter and not a great brite either. They are a good solution for long term storage of already cleared beer or wine ready for packaging.

    The cone is not steep enough for dumping sediment/yeast. The giant o-ring lid is very difficult to seal dry with no pressure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmbrosiaOrchard View Post
    I have a 200 liter and a 450 liter. The problem is they aren't a great fermenter and not a great brite either. They are a good solution for long term storage of already cleared beer or wine ready for packaging.

    The cone is not steep enough for dumping sediment/yeast. The giant o-ring lid is very difficult to seal dry with no pressure.
    Thanks for the feedback. That was my concern, with the cone being as shallow as it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmbrosiaOrchard View Post
    I have a 200 liter and a 450 liter. The problem is they aren't a great fermenter and not a great brite either. They are a good solution for long term storage of already cleared beer or wine ready for packaging.

    The cone is not steep enough for dumping sediment/yeast. The giant o-ring lid is very difficult to seal dry with no pressure.
    What about use as serving tank in a walk in cooler? Any issues there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brain medicine View Post
    What about use as serving tank in a walk in cooler? Any issues there?
    That should be fine. I make cider and mead. I don't filter so pulling from the bottom is a no go for me because I want a clear product.

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