12 Gallon Conical Fermenter
  • 12.5 gallon fermenter
  • 12.5 gallon fermenter
  • 12.5 gallon fermenter

12 Gallon Conical Fermenter


Step up your home brew game with this stainless steel 12 gallon Conical Fermenter.  Ideal for brewing up to 10 gallons of beer, it is designed to provide superior performance and optimum control of your fermentation process

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CF12 (176) 

Price: $454.00

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  • Material =  Premium virgin 304 stainless steel
  • Maximum Capacity = 12.5 gallons


  • Formed Stainless Steel Lid with 1.5" Tri-Clamp Fitting
  • ID of fitting is 1.25", just right for your #7 drilled stopper
  • Two 3/4” Food-Grade Ball Valves With 1.5" Tri-Clamp Fittings (11/16” ID)
  • One Hose Barb Adapter, Tri-Clamp x 3/8” OD Barb
  • Tri-Clamps and Gaskets
  • Two Heavy Duty Lid Gaskets
  • All Sanitary Tri Clamp Fittings

The advantages of conical fermenters are:

  • Easy wort aeration
  • Easy to drain trub to eliminate off-flavors
  • Don’t need to transfer from primary to secondary fermentation - one tank does it all
  • Drain yeast to prevent off-flavors due to autolysis (dead yeast)
  • Save money by re-using yeast
  • Go straight from fermentation to kegs or bottles
  • Easy to clean
  • Won't break and send you to the emergency room for stitches

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Tips for Use

  • Author: Thomas Millican
    This fermenter is great if you want to make sours. It does not seal. With the wing nut on top as tight as human hands can get it, there is still a 1/8" gap through both sides of what should be a seal. In other words, you can see light through the fermenter where a seal should be. I've tried using wrenches on the wing nut, electrical tape, and 1/2" binder clips around the "seal". The lack of CO2 through the airlock in an active fermentation and the sour result tells me that it's still not sealing. If you don't want to make sour beers or meads, save your money for something else.
  • Author: Richard LAHUSEN
    Stout tech support provided a tip to seal the CF-12.
    First take off the gasket then rotate the lid on the tank to find the best fit.
    Mark the orientation on tank and lid.
    Replace gaskets and tighten the hold down wing nut firmly.
    No problem with seal after that.