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Serving The Wabash Valley From
Terre Haute, Indiana Since 1994
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Glass Carboys, Better Bottles & Accessories

Glass Carboys
Lids or Bungs are not included.

Store Pick-Up Only!
One-Half Gallon Clear Glass

$6.95 ea.
One-Half Gallon
Amber Glass

$7.95 ea.

One Gallon Clear Glass
$14.95 ea.
5 Gallon
Clear Glass

$59.95 ea.
6 Gallon Clear Glass
$69.95 ea.
6.5 Gallon Clear Glass
$79.95 ea.

Carboy Accessories
Carboy Handle For

3 Gallon, 5 Gallon & 6 Gallon Carboys

Carboy Handle For

6 1/2 Gallon Carboy

The Brew Hauler Carboy Carrier

Fits 3 to 6.5 Gallon Carboys

2 Spout Carboy Cap     

For 3 - 5 - 6 Gallon Carboys

2 Spout Carboy Cap

For 6 1/2 Gallon Carboys

1/2 & 1 Gallon Angled Glass Botttle  Brush.

Perfect For Cleaning The Shoulder of the Bottle.

3 to 6 1/2 Gallon Carboy Angled Brush

Perfect for cleaning the bottom & sides of the carboy as well as the shoulder.

Carboy Wedge

Heavy Duty Plastic Wedge That Tilts Carboy Allowing Easier Siphoning.

Colors Vary.          $3.95
Metal Cap for 1/2 & 1 Gallon Bottle

60 cents each
Poly Seal Cap for 1/2 & 1 Gallon Bottle

$1.05 each

PET Carboys

Available in 3 Sizes
3 gallon $29.95
5 gallon $32.95
6 gallon $35.95

There is no need to lug around heavy glass carboys any longer! These Plastic Carboys are made from 100% Virgin PET plastic, making them lighter than glass. They are impermeable to oxygen, which improves the quality & fermentation of your beer & wine! Able to withstand 15 psi of pressure, they are safer than glass & highly durable. The punt base allows for ease of carrying & pouring with minimal sediment movement, while the extra head space facilitates thermal expansion during fermentation. With no ribs on the sides to collect yeast, cleaning & sanitizing is much easier.

PET Carboy Accessories
Stoppers for 3 - 5 - 6 Gallon Pet Carboys

Drilled $2.95
Undrilled (Solid) $2.49

Vintage postcard of the Vigo County Fairgounds, located on the west side of Highway 41 approx. 1/2 mile south of Interstate 70.
The oval track seen in the center of the postcard, nicknamed the "Terre Haute Action Track",
is famous for harness racing in the past and auto racing today. Many of the well known drivers have raced on this track.
This aerial photo was taken looking southwest. The green to the lower left of the postcard at that time is The Paul Cox Airfield.
The brown area running in a diaganal back northeast is one of the runways where I believe the pilot taking this photo took off from.
Although the fairground still exist, both sides of the highway and the fairgrounds are wall-to-wall strip malls, restaurants, banks, car dealers, etc.

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