DetailsBrew simpler and smarter by using muslin bags for hop additions and steeping grains, keeping debris out of your wort for clearer, better beer with less effort. Muslin bags are an essential tool on any brew day and should be part of any brewer’s emergency kit, effective in keeping hop pellet residue contained. Save time, minimize post-boil filtering and avoiding clogging equipment without giving up your love for brewing massively hopped beers with the simple, inexpensive use of a muslin bag.
Muslin bags are also useful for steeping grains or all-grain brewing, aiding in recirculation when used as a filter over the end of your recirculation hose.
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3.9 / 5.07 ReviewsExcellent!Great pricing, and always running some kind of great promotion!February 1, 2016Works GreatI used the 5x16 for straining hops during the boil and it worked well. Leave enough room for the hops to expand and you will not have an issue with leakage.January 20, 2016OutstandingCheap, easy, and very effective to use. They are cheap enough to use and tossFebruary 2, 2017Purchased
1 year agoGood addition to my brew dayThey do the job. No problems. Easier clean up. Would work better if they had a cord or ribbon.February 3, 2017Purchased
1 year agoThis was a good solution for recipes involving lots of grains. The large bags are really good. The smaller bags tended to rip open even with small amounts of grain additions dumping grains into brew pot.sMay 17, 2017Purchased
over 3 years agocould be a little tighter weave.I understand that this is muslin, but the weave is almost too loose. A little tighter weave and these would be perfect. They still work well for hops bags and partial mash steeping.November 28, 2016Purchased
1 year agoSo-SoThese are only a deal if you buy the 10-pack. You can get them anywhere for a buck apiece. The problem for me was when I opened the 10-pack to get one to use, it had a hole in it in the middle of the bag, so it was worthless. Another one had a hole near the top, so I cut it across cleanly and still used it. I just ordered another 10-pack which I have not inspected yet. If there are more holes, I'll look elsewhere.February 2, 2017Purchased
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