DetailsThe 24" Plastic Stirring Spoon works well for those larger batches in a bigger boil kettle. This spoon will work well for brew pots 4 gallon in size to 10 gallons.
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Height 24" Diameter 2 1/4"
4.9 / 5.027 ReviewsLike!!!Perfect! No scratching of pans and sturdy design. Well worth the few dollars.August 28, 2018Purchased
2 months agoGreat!There is not too much to say about a spoon, but this one was great!February 2, 2017Purchased
1 year agoMix in your priming sugarI have a dedicated spoon for mixing in my priming sugar in my bottling bucket. Its well suited for the task because it wont scratch the bucket and is long.February 16, 2014Long and strongJust what is needed to stir in priming sugar in the bottling bucket. Also long enough for stirring in extract during the boil.January 5, 2014Good but there is betterThis isn't a bad product and it does have its uses; however, if you're just starting out and only need 1 good thing to stir with, then go with the paddle style. It has holes in it so it also works great for adding air to your primary prior to pitching yeast. I also think the paddle style does a better job of mixing than this spoon style.November 13, 2013good generic spoonGood length and rigidity._x000D_I use it for degassing Mead, and stirring my sugar solution in my bottling bucket.November 10, 201324" Stirring Spoon- plastic .... Yep, it's a spoon all rightWhat you get here is a 24" stirring spoon made of plastic. It does what it's made for and does it well._x000D__x000D_It is made well and is stiff which is nice while stirring a boiling pot of wert. Go with the extra length of this one, it's worth it. It does stain though but really, that's only cosmetic and doesn't change functionality at all._x000D__x000D_This spoon will do what you need it to.... stir.October 3, 2013The longer handle helpsIts perfect for extract brewing and your hand is kept away from the steam. For bottling it's good for stirring up the beer after priming.September 16, 2013great product for a great priceI've got 2 or three of these on hand and use them for everything from mixing in the honey for mead, stirring in the extra sugar in my blueberry wine, to keeping control of my brews. The smaller end is the perfect size for use in a carboy for aeration and mixing in clarifiers in my wines.July 11, 2013
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