The Spike Brewing FLEX fermenter is the next level in homebrewing fermenters. You will appreciate the high quality of the USA craftsmanship and the awesome amount of options to expand the features of your fermenter.
The FLEX was designed to be the most versatile, upgradable and longest lasting small batch fermenter on the market. With currently over 20 accessories (and counting) you’ll never run out of fun toys to bling your FLEX out with. You can use the FLEX as a simple bucket fermenter with an airlock or add some accessories to get you all the way up to a 15psi capable brite tank and anywhere in between!
-304 stainless steel; 1.2mm (18ga)
-All sanitary welded ports (no-weldless fittings)
-Designed for 2.5 to 6gal batches
-7gal total capacity
-2psi working pressure
-Strong seal to keep oxygen and bacteria out
-Use for pressure transfers to your keg or bottling bucket
-Etched volume markings
-Fully polished finish
-15″ wide by 21¨ tall (to top of airlock)
-See additional dimensions here
-4″ TC modular top port
-Allows for hop additions, temp control coil, top sight glass, etc
-1.5″ TC racking port with rotatable racking arm
-1.5″ TC secondary port for thermometer, sample valve, etc
The Spike Flex includes a rotatable racking arm as a standard item. This allows you to rotate the racking arm as you drain your Flex. You’ll start draining in the upwards position and rotate until the beer stops running clear. And since the Flex was designed to be modular, the full tri-clamp racking arm with a position indicator can be purchased at a later date as a cool new upgrade!
The Spike Flex features a 4” tri-clamp welded onto the lid. Why? Modularity. This allows you to attach our drop in temp control coil, clear cap and allows for easy hop additions. Our temp control coil extends deep into the Flex so both full batches (5-6gal) and half batches (2.5-3gal) can be efficiently cooled. The 4” port also allows for unmatched simplicity when adding hops during your fermentation. Gone are the days of removing the entire lid which allows oxygen in and also opens the door for an infection.