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 ReviewsEasier to keep these clean than handsThe gloves are useful to me when cleaning or preparing to bottle, and when finishing up brew day, to transfer the warm wort and to clean up._x000D_They are big and I can easily get them on and off.April 6, 2014Good at Bottling timeJust stick your hands in a bucket of star san from time to time, as you are bottling, and cut down on infection risk while handling tubing. I take them off when actually capping. I also wear them when using PBW.January 28, 2014Easier to sanitize than my handsI wear these when I bottle, and at the end of the boil when I transfer and handle the chiller. Big and thick, will last, and not constricting on the hands.January 7, 2014General brewing cleaningI don't want my flesh exposed to PBW and other cleaners , thats why I got these. They are long and large enough for my big hands to easily put on and take off. Useful for bottling if you have to handle things in contact with your beer.December 7, 2013good for bottlingWhen I bottle I like to wear these gloves because they are easy to sanitize and keep everything away from my beer like arm hair. They fit well and are long. I use rubber bands to keep them tight at the top.October 20, 2013Great to have when bottlingThese are easier to sanitize and better to work with when bottling. I also use them when brewing to keep wort off my arms. They are thick but not so thick that you will want to stick your arm in 150 wort for any length of time.September 7, 2013good to have when bottling, cleaning, and brewingThe gloves not only protect my hand, they are easier to sanitize in case my hands or arms come in contact with anything I want clean (like wort, or beer on bottling day). They are thick and durable. When doing BIAB and squeezing you will want something thicker than these. Other than that, they are perfect.August 24, 2013works wellgrip well, have good feeling and offer some thermal protectionJuly 21, 2013Long and durableThese are very handy for bottling, cleaning, and during brewday. Its easier to keep these clean when handling things, and the long length prevents wort of cleaning liquids from contacting your hand when you stick your hand in buckets._x000D_They are thick enough to briefly hold hot items, but a BIAB brewer would need thicker gloves than these to hold a hot grain bag.July 12, 2013Long sleevesThese are great for brew day and bottling day because of the long sleeve length. Your skin will never come in contact with liquid. They are durable, and if you have a stuck mash they will protect you from the heat for a short while..June 1, 2013
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