Keep your hops contained with this quality mesh bag that keeps most sediment from ending up in your beer. Durable and reusable, it works perfectly for specialty grains or hops. Drawstring closure keeps contents inside bag.
- Long-lasting and reusable
- Use in place of muslin bags
- Ideal for steeping coffee in the Java Stout kit
- Fine mesh material with drawstring keeps bag closed
- 8" x 9" bag
- Long-lasting and reusable
- Details & Instructions
4.8 / 5.0166 ReviewsGreat bag but requires a bit of dexterityThe bag is great! It's very durable, washes easily, and keeps particles out of the wort very effectively. A minimal amount of particles from pellet hops make it through, but it's little enough that I've always dumped the entire contents of the brew kettle into the fermenter bucket._x000D__x000D_The size of the bag is perfect for all (reasonable) pellet-hop additions. However, if you use leaf hops, it holds up to about 2oz comfortably. It would be best to move up to the next size for heavier leaf-hop use._x000D__x000D_The main drawback of the bag for me is the challenge of getting later hop additions into it. You put the first one into a dry bag but subsequent additions need to be added to a piping hot wet bag. I use tongs to open the bag and dump in later additions, holding just the edge of the bag, after it cools a tad. It requires some dexterity to avoid missing the bag with some of the addition. When adding leaf hops, I ended up asking for help from my wife; it was hard to put a lot of loose hops into the little opening. You could improve on my experience by using extra bags for later additions or lifting the bag out for a bit (to let it cool).December 17, 2013good valueI have been brewing monthly for 2 years and using the same Nylon bag for 1.5 years. Just bought a second one only because the first one is badly discolored. I use the muslin bag foe my grains and put inside the nylon bag to keep grain particles from leeching into the wort. Have also used with Hop drops.Works Great.January 17, 2013Every Brewer Needs a FewI love using these bags with both my grain and hop additions. These bags make it easy to add hop pellets and not have to worry about them leaking out. Cleaning them is a breeze, but sometimes some hop particles get stuck in where the string goes through but with a little work you can get them out. I always have a few of these bags ready to make brewing easier.January 24, 2014Sturdy Hop bagI use this for adding my hops in the boil. It will last at least 20 batches before i replace the bag. The bag will float until the hops get soaking for a bit. I use pellet hops.January 25, 2013Only holds 2 lbsI bought two of these unknowing of how many i would need for a 6 gal batch... As it turns out one bag will hold about 2.5 lbs of grain... Wish that little gem of info would have been in the item description.February 20, 2013Excellent PurchaseThis nylon bag is a must have. After my first brew using the muslin bag, I vowed I would never use one again. It leaked so much sediment into the beer, that I figured I would try this bag out. What a huge difference. I've used it a few times now and it's dishwasher safe as well. Awesome purchase!May 21, 2013Good for chocolate malt.Roasted specialty malts (like chocolate) seem to have more sediment than unroasted. It strains these very well._x000D__x000D_Easy to clean, just flip it inside out and rinse.October 24, 2012Good quality bagThis is a good bag. I've used it a few times already and it cleans easily and the stitching seems to be good quality. I expect this bag to last a long time.May 30, 2013Easy to clean and reuseA good size bag with plenty of room to fit grains for steeping. Easy to flip inside out and clean for reuse.October 28, 2012Way better than a muslin bagYou can steep grains, or us this as a hops bag. The mesh is fine enough to keep in all the sediment. I've used the same bag for a year without it showing signs of wear. I like this a lot more than the muslin bags the kits give you.June 2, 2013
- Customer Q&A
Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 5 answersCan I use this nylon bag for a chicken and then simmer for hours for soup? I don't make beer, so I have no way to compare the two processes. Thanks!BEST ANSWER: First the joke. I don't boil chickens so I have no way to compare...totally kidding but that's funny right...right...anyway. I have boiled it for over 90 minutes at a rolling boil so no issues there. They are very sturdy so I don't think that would be issue either but I don't think you will fit much chicken in it. I would use one of the bigger sizes. Not sure if that helps but make sure you have a beer when your cooking!