This plastic carboy is on the cheaper end of the spectrum, but it certainly gets the job done. The l6-gallon gallon size allows extra head space so this carboy can be used for primary fermentations.
An excellent fermenter. The HDPE plastic is a big step up from the cheaper plastic carboys and the price fits most budgets. For homebrewers who mainly brew 5-gallon batches, we recommend this 30-liter size (7.9 gallons). See our video review of the Speidel fermenter right here.
When you want a stainless steel fermenter but don't want to shell out the money for a conical. This is a high-end fermenter that doesn't break the bank. Make sure to see our video review of this fermenter and its temperature control system right here.