DetailsNylon Straining Bag- 10" x 23"- Fine Mesh: The fine mesh helps prevent excess sediment from ending up in your beer or wine. Works well for holding several pounds of fruit, or other ingredients. This bag is not recommended for using in a fruit press as the fine mesh can build up pressure and rip the bag.
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4.3 / 5.024 ReviewsVery GoodI use these bags to introduce pureed ingredients into finished fermented products and they work really well. They are very very durable and clean up after use very easily. I will continue buying these in the future.August 22, 2019Purchased
2 months agoJanuary 14, 2019Purchased
over 2 years agoNice bags babyThese are great for steeping grains and hop additions to your boil.November 14, 2018Purchased
over 3 years agoBetter than I thought much finer material in making, No pulp came through on my Strawberry squeeze.June 11, 2018Purchased
1 year agoI like your nylon filter bags. Unfortunately, I ordered the wrong one (my fault). So my rating applies to past orders. I wanted the nylon brew bucket filter bag - fine mesh (SKU: MW-6321. Oh well.By the way, since I was traveling, I made a purchase of two kits and a couple of other items, asking for a delayed delivery until after I returned. MW did exactly what I asked for, which is unusual these days. Apparently most companies cannot deal with a delayed delivery (probably because 99% of Americans are desperate to receive ASAP of anything they purchase ...)May 18, 2018Purchased
1 year agoFruit meshAlways a good idea to have more than one, which I now have, So now I can do more than 1 batch at a time.February 23, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoWould be nice if it had a draw string enclosure. Very useful tho'.January 9, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoBUSTEDGot 2 brews for boil before the bag split. Find a sturdier one if you can.January 7, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoThe material the bag isThe material the bag is made of is good quality, but it is loosely sewn together with what appears to be cotton thread. The stitching doesn't go all the way across the bottom, leaving a hole about 1/8".February 3, 2016
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Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 5 answersWhat is the porosity size of your fine and course straining bags. How many microns or inches? Which would you recommend for straining blackberry slurry for wine making? ThanksBEST ANSWER: I'm not sure what the mess size is but it was too fine for my purpose. I would use the course and maybe double them up or double strain. The main thing you want to get out of the slurry would be the seeds and the course should work for that.