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Nylon Extra Large Straining Bag- 2' x 3'- Coarse Mesh


Product Number: MW-6326

Availability: In stock

Nylon Extra Large Straining Bag- 2' x 3'- Coarse Mesh: This bag is perfect for those times when you have a lot of ingredients to work with. This is a large bag that can hold a lot of whatever you are making.

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24 People have reviewed this product

Overall Rating: 4.5

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Wonderful tool Review by Neal

(Posted on 7/11/13)

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Great for holding steeping grain that comes in kits. I reuse these several times by boiling the bag in clean water one or two times after I've brewed with it. When I retire the bag, I repurpose it for brewing compost tea. Great value considering how may times it can be reused.

BIAB Review by Andy O

(Posted on 6/22/13)

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I tried this bag for my first BIAB attempt. It worked really well and was plenty large enough. Unfortunately as I pulled my bag out, it developed about a quarter size tear. Not the end of the world, but was a bit disappointed. I'll likely try it again and be a bit more gentle w/ my paddle.

2' x 3' Straining bag Review by John

(Posted on 6/11/13)

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I used this straining bag to make one gallon of blueberry wine. It worked great and was easy to clean. It is big enough to probably make a 5 gallon fruit wine. I was surprised how easy it was to clean.

Nice Size for BIAB Review by Joe

(Posted on 5/19/13)

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I'm starting BIAB all-grain and this is exactly what I needed. It's a little big for my pot (only a 3 gallon, I tend to do small batches) but I like that when I upgrade to a larger kettle this will still work. Sturdy and holds grain well.

Awesome Review by WV Swede

(Posted on 4/7/13)

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Ordered this bag to try and do brew-in-bag . Worked awesome, I have done all the way up to 14 lbs of grain and no tears or breakage of the bag. I know use it as back up filter for my mash tun if I would a have a stuck sparge, I can always move the mash and put this in place and use this as filter(only happened once so far :)) but worked awesome. Definetly worth the price.

massive Review by dreadnuppet

(Posted on 4/2/13)

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This thing is huge. Larger then you would ever need for five gallon brewing. It is veryhigh quality and feels like it would last forever. Only thing it is missing is a drawstring or Velcro.

Great for Drying Hops! Review by Jesse

(Posted on 4/1/13)

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These are great. I use them to collect hops in after picking them. I can hang the whole bag from a window and the hops dry out quick. Seem durable and well made.

Seriously, this will save you time. Review by Brewer McBrewerstein

(Posted on 3/26/13)

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When I first started brewing, one of my biggest frustrations was straining the wort into the fermenter. The screen in the funnel would constantly get clogged with particulate matter. Most batches, it would take close to a half hour to get the wort from the kettle to the fermenter.

I bought this baby to put into the fermenter, and pour all the wort into this. This strains out the gunk, and in 2 minutes flat, my beer is ready to start fermenting. It's easy to dump the trub out, and you can wash this in the dishwasher without detergent to sanitize.

I've made 5 batches with this so far, so I have saved about 2 and a half hours, for $7. Best brewing investment I have made!

Fine bag for BIAB Review by David

(Posted on 3/24/13)

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I got this bag for BIAB but with it's very course mesh it may let too much flour into the wort making you restrain through a finer mesh. Overall a fine bag but watch out for lost yield. Good value for experimentation.

Great for BIAB Review by Ben

(Posted on 3/19/13)

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This is great for the Brew In A Bag (BIAB) technique for all grain brewing. You can also use it for steeping grains but you probably don't need a bag this big.

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