Fermentor-Away from Bacterial Contamination
In a general sense, fermentation is the conversion of a carbohydrate such as sugar into an acid or an alcohol. More specifically, it can refer to the use of yeast to change sugar into alcohol or the use of bacteria to create lactic acid in certain foods. This process occurs naturally in many different foods given the right conditions, and humans have intentionally made use of it for many thousands of years. For fermentation, it is imperative to use a fermentor.
Dairy, alcoholic fermentation process is a sterile, non-polluting process. The fermentor uses a sterile system to prevent and prevent contamination of microorganisms in the air, greatly extending the shelf life of the product and the purity of the product.
A great fermenter vessel has more to offer than technical benefits. It also has the added benefit of making the entire brewing process simpler for you as the beer maker. It can be used for not only the primary fermentation process, but the secondary one as well.
Any beermaker with experience understands that it really doesn't take much to completely ruin an entire batch of beer. Really, just a few bacteria or a minute amount of contamination is all it takes to turn your brew from stellar to terrible. Ordinary fermenting vessels can contain welding and seams that easily trap bacteria even if you are thorough in your cleansing routine. However, a conical beer fermenter is truly seamless, the better to prevent this problem. This type of fermenter can be more expensive as a result, but the frustration and effort it saves the home brewer is well worth it to anyone who is serious about their craft.
It should be noted that the fermentation process must keep the table clean, used culture bottles and other items in time to clean up, because the spilled acid or water should be immediately dry.