Discount Shipping

Discount Shipping

On all orders over £65.00.

 

All UK mainland destinations get up to £6.50 discount on the first 25 volumetric kilos.  Larger parcels will only be charged for the extra volumetric kilos.  

Postal Services

Postal Services

Orders are sent by either UK Mail or Royal mail depending on size and weight.

Items that are in stock are usually sent out the same day for orders recieved before 12am.

Returns

Any item can be returned for any reason within 14 working days of receipt.  This does not include ingredients and other food items as we cannot guarantee the product is still safe to resell.  The customer is expected to pay the cost of the return.

Youngs Plastic Bucket - 10 litre - Elderflower Champagne

Youngs Plastic Bucket - 10 litre from dowricks.com
Product Code: 2822
Availability: 11
£5.24 Ex Tax: £5.24
Qty: Add to Cart

Youngs Plastic Bucket - 10 litre

10 litre food grade plastic bin and lid with a scale graduated in litres.

***** Our price includes the lid *****

on
5 ( 5 / 5 )
Well made with measurements on the side. Satisfied customer.
on
5 ( 5 / 5 )
Lightweight and very easy to clean. Good clear markings, easy to read.
on
5 ( 5 / 5 )
lovely bucket. Particularly impressed with the user friendly lid. Perfect.
on
5 ( 5 / 5 )
Just What I needed.Not yet used but will be perfect.
on
5 ( 5 / 5 )
As always yet another perfect bucket from Good Life Homebrew Centre. I am Using it to make the alcoshots they sell, Demijohns are a bit to small to hold all the liquid about 1/2 litre too small infact !. Here is Little tip for anyone that whishes to put a hole for a bung / cork and airlok in the top of the lid. You need to heat up a 2p peice with a candle (Obviously using a pliers or similar) or if you have a blow torch , or even on a gas hob etc. It needs to get quite hot to melt the plastic, Put the lid on the bucket, but fill it with a few inches/cm's of cold water, Then put the coin on the lid where you want the hole, if it's hot enough it simply falls stright into the bocket and quenches/cools down - without anymore damage to the bottom of the bucket, If you dont put the lid on the bucket, it warps slightly and its harder to get the bung in. After the plastic has cooled down slightly, use a sharp knive at and angle to scrap the burred plastic away, and the bung fits fairly well, (May need a bit more Scraping) I've done it on a few now, and it works out perfect.

Write a review

Your Name:


Your Review: Note: HTML is not translated!

Rating: Bad           Good

Enter the code in the box below: