DetailsThe 28" Plastic Stirring Paddle is big enough to stir up the mash for a ten gallon batch, and works well in larger volume kettles, fermenters, and mash tuns.
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Height 28 1/4" Diameter 2 1/4"
4.6 / 5.041 ReviewsFor BIAB mashing it's goodMy BIAB mashes are thin, around 2 quarts per pound, so I don't need a stronger paddle, this is cheap and works fine.July 11, 2013Must have!Long enough to stay clear of any boil over issues. Works great as a dip stick too for full boils.August 6, 2013Great for Mashing inThis paddle is good for mashing in and long enough to keep your hands out. Good Buy.October 24, 2013BIABFor BIAB its good because of how thin the mash is. It wouldn't be useful in a thick mash in a cooler though.November 11, 2013Useful for all grain brewing in a bagI use it all the time, not just for stirring the mash, but for stirring in sugar solution for priming, or if I make an extract based beer. Good value for the money.December 19, 2013I Love This ToolI use this during every batch. I love it for aerating the wort. The slits make it so much easier then any spoon. This works in my 10 gallon pot easily.January 24, 2014Great for Mash TunThis paddle is great for mashing in. Good quality and fair price.February 3, 2014Good for watery mashesIt wont work with a thick mash but is good for a very thin mash. And it's much less expensive than one of those wood paddles.February 7, 2014Great for 4.50I bought this paddle to use as a measuring tool for when I am collecting my wort. After reading the other reviews I thought it would be perfect; cheap and I wasn't planning on using it stir the mash, but when I got it, I was surprised. Just like any mash paddle, when you hold it lower to get some leverage, it works perfect. No complaints here. One star off of quality because, lets face it, it's not a fancy paddle.March 7, 2012Good Paddle for General BrewingThis paddle has proven to be much more sturdy and stiff than I anticipated. But it's still plastic . . . so I don't expect it to last forever. But really, it's 5 bucks.October 27, 2012
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