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Carboy: Sometimes referred to as a "demijohn," a carboy is a nonreactive vessel, usually glass or plastic, used to ferment alcoholic beverages. Due to their relatively small size (typically ranging from 20 to 60 liters) and portability, they are most popularly used in home winemaking, but are also employed by commercial winemakers for experimental lots or test batches.

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Fermentation: audio-icon The process by which yeast converts sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide; turns grape juice into wine.

Demijohn: See Carboy.