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The K6 Beer Equipment kit includes all the conveniences you get with the K3 kit, like an automatic pump-style siphon, an adhesive thermometer for the primary fermenter, and a full 27-page beginner's guide. But the K6 has a 7.8 gallon bucket and a 6 gallon glass carboy (contrast two, 6.5 gallon buckets in the K3). The 6 gallon glass carboy is good for secondary fermentations, but is big enough to house primary fermentation of a standard 5 gallon batch. The 7.8 gallon bucket is perfect for bottling, and is also a great choice for primary fermentation. Moreover, with these larger-capacity containers, it's possible to brew up to 6 gallons in a single batch.
The K6 Beer Equipment Kit includes:
7.8 Gallon Bucket with Drilled & Grommeted Lid
6 Gallon Glass Carboy with Rubber Stopper
3-Piece Airlock (for Fermenting Bucket)
Adhesive Thermometer (for Fermenting Bucket)
Automatic Pump-style Siphon with 5' of flexible tubing
Dual Function Bottle Filler (⅜″ OD)
Bottling Spigot with Bottle-fit Spout
Glass, Triple Scale Hydrometer
Beer Bottle Brush
8 oz of B-BRITE™ Cleanser
HandCraft Brewing Guide
Beer Equipment Kit Instruction
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