demijohn

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demijohn

a large bottle with a short narrow neck, often with small handles at the neck and encased in wickerwork
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The snails were transferred to the laboratory (CICIMAR, La Paz) and kept in inverted glass carboys with cut-off bottoms, each filled with 10 L of seawater (salinity: 30 [per thousand] to 34 [per thousand] daily water exchange; temperature range: 21[degrees]C to 23[degrees]C; 12 h light/dark).
When you pour the mead from the fermenting bucket into the carboy, be careful not to tip up or disturb the bucket to minimize pouring any particulates into the carboy.
But to be honest, I've taken wine from a carboy over several months so by the time I got around to bottling the wine it was only half full, and all was well.
From there, the batch was transferred into a 5-gallon glass carboy, where it bubbled and foamed and fermented for weeks.
Several gallons of store-bought sweet cider are poured into a glass carboy, sugar and yeast are added, and the mixture is allowed to ferment.
Scientific Plastics has added Carboy Contain to its product line of laboratory sinks, tanks and accessories.
Following cleaning with a little detergent and a long-handled brush, the operator simply places the carboy or other vessel upside down on top of the rinse station and activates the fluid-driven rotary spray nozzle.
Chemical reagent maybe either pumped directly by the dosing pump from the chemical supplies carboy in which case we would offer a bunded area to stand the carboys.
Use a clean plastic hose to siphon the clearer liquid off the sediment into glass jugs or carboy.
Then pour the wine through a strainer and funnel that's set into the mouth of a 5-gallon glass carboy (the kind used for dispensing drinking water; they're also available at winemaking shops) or into the bunghole of a clean, empty wine barrel.
Siphon the frothy juice into a clean five-gallon carboy - the type of container that usually holds bottled water.