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Food Grade, Large Volume Glass Jars

A former member
Post #: 10
I've recently started making sauerkraut and other assorted fermentations. It's extremely enjoyable and I'd like to upgrade my set up and make larger quantities at once. To that end I'm trying to find large volume glass jars that have mouths wide enough to admit a Balls jar (for use as a weight). Does anyone know where I could get one?
Wheat Ridge, CO
Post #: 1
Old post from "a former member," but McGuckin's in Boulder has 1/2 gallon jars (the size I've used for sauerkraut) for $2 or $2.50 each. Also Mountain Sun/Vine St. Pub sells beer to go in that size jar; they charge $1 for the jar deposit.
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