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Tess Tickle

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Have you got a link TT it looks like a good bit of kit.

 

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You won't be sorry, it's amazing and they're so clean! clapa The best thing is you can do the lid and dip tube at the same time as it sits inside the bucket with disconnects on it (I don't have proper kegs).

I got it for the Chubby fermenters I have really, as they're impossible to clean - but not any more lol
 

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I would say these are almost necessary if you have a PET fermenter. Unless you have very long, narrow arms. Could have done with one of these when I owned a fermentasaurus. Now I ferment in a 23L corny so it is probably not worth the expense for me.
 

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I made own version for cornie kegs
 

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With PET FV's, for sure. Just wondering about kegs. I always clean my kegs immediately after use. Always seems straightforward and what "should" be a quick job. But then sometimes I look at the clock and wonder how it has taken me so long.
 
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