DetailsThese brewing gloves are standard issue in the Blichmann Research Lab.
They will help reduce the risk of burns and scalds, keep harmful sanitizers, acids, and caustic chemicals from your skin, allow you to reach into 5 gallon pails, and are tear and puncture resistant.
Sizing Guide: Gloves are available in M (size 9), L (size 10), and XL (size 11). To select your size, measure the circumference of your hand at the knuckles using a flexible fabric tape or a piece of string in inches. That measurement corresponds with the glove number size. For half sizes, round up to the next size. For example, if your hand measures 8.5", select the size 10 glove. For 8.25", select the size 9 glove.
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4.9 / 5.022 ReviewsGreat!These are great! Normal gloves are too short and with gloves like this I can clean and sanitize without destroying my hands.January 4, 2010very durable... full size glovesI agree with the previous post... These are full size and offer great protection. Even keep your hands cool if you have fix a stuck mash... doh! (fill the glove with water to get more digging time in your stuck mash)June 12, 2010Great productGreat for not getting your hands scalded. Also great to keep sitting in sanitizer for when you need them. A little pricey but, they seem like they will last a long time.July 13, 2010GreatNot sure why I waited so long to get these.November 12, 2012Great for BIABI do Brew in a Bag and I'm a squeezer. These gloves are great for giving the bag a squeeze to some extra wort out.November 21, 2012MiscellanyThese are great for a variety of tasks. Stuck spares, cleaning, sanitizing and lifting hoy pots. Also great in the kitchen.December 8, 2012Great gloves, but not BlichmannThese gloves definitely are extremely durable and will not melt. I mainly use them when reaching into sanitizer or cleaning solution for bottles or equipment. They also work great for a quick grab of a hot surface. The only downside is, due to the thick and durable material, you lose some dexterity when trying to grab things._x000D__x000D_I was slightly disappointed to see that the gloves are not Blichmann Engineering like the picture implies them to be. They are, instead, a different, generic manufacturer. I'm sure the gloves are pretty identical in terms of material and durability, but this was a bit misleading._x000D__x000D_Nevertheless, I would still recommend them._x000D__x000D_Editors Note: We had some gloves in the store that were not Blichmann, but those should not have been sent to you if you ordered these gloves. Please contact us if this is the case, and we will send you replacements.January 10, 2013Good for Brew in a BagI brew using Brew in a Bag, so I need gloves when handling the grain bag. I hold it while it drains, and I squeeze it. And 170F wort hurts, so these gloves come in handy. Regular dish washing gloves are too thin, these are thicker.March 22, 2013The added length helpsThe added length of the sleeve means liquid doesn't run down the side into the gloves and come in contact with my hands. The large size fits well also. They have some thickness so I can handle something hot, like a hops bag, without getting burned.April 13, 2013I'm buying a 2nd pair!I love these things. The length is deep enough to reach to the bottom of a full 5 gallon pail without any issue. They are very durable and also help protect your hands from hot liquids and chemicals.April 22, 2013
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