Wine airlock

by mread, published

Wine airlock by mread Jan 14, 2013
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This is an airlock, as used in wine and beer making.


This prints out ok. I have n't tried it yet, but it will be on my next batch of wine.

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Hey I saw your thing and I like it. I also noticed there wasn't a group on Thingiverse dedicated to things for home-brewing related activities so I made one! I just wanted to see if you wanted to join and add your thing to it so we can develop a community of brewers and winemakers with printers.


Hope all is well!

Ok, I printed one out. Print came out nice. But I don't understand how to use it. Please explain

Thank you that helped immensely. Its simply use a little water in the cup to allow air to escape but not let air into the container the airlock is plugged into.

So, we simply fill the large cup about 1/2 full of water and drop the cap on.

very very nice print

That looks like the locks used for making beer, is a quantity of water put in it so bubbles can escape but outside air can't get in?