I want to give a huge welcome to all readers who are here because they read my e-book “The Beginner’s Guide to Creating and Using Traditional Fruit Vinegar!” This is where I get to show you my favorite, vinegar making supplies, plus a few other items I think you’ll find helpful.
Before you make a purchase, please take a moment to do your own research. I do so want you to have items that will meet your vinegar making needs. While I can make suggestions, no one knows your situation like you do.
These are the tools I use to extract juice from the various types of fruit. You can click the link or the image to inspect and get pricing for this equipment.
Listed below are my favorite fermenting containers! If you plan to ferment large quantities of fruit juice, I recommend purchasing a few large, stoneware crocks. Lids aren’t necessary, unless you wish to store your vinegar in the fermenting crocks. When fermenting smaller amounts of juice, I recommend glass jars!
Click on the link or image to inspect and see prices for each item.
Straining and Siphoning Tools
For those who wish to have clear, sediment-free vinegar, you’ll want to look at purchasing a siphoning hose and also, straining cloths. Clink the link or the image to inspect and get pricing for each item.
For ease of use and to prevent evaporation, I often transfer my finished vinegar to glass jugs or bottles. I’ve listed several good options for you below, most of which I own and use every fall! Click on the link or image to inspect each item and get pricing.