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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4.1 / 5.019 ReviewsHolds a lotI've had the bag for 2 years. It hold a lot of hops and I can stir the hops in it so the trapped wort gets circulated back into the brew pot while boiling.January 28, 2014Great BagsThese mesh bags are inexpensive and work great. You just have to take proper care of these. They last a while if you maintain them.March 2, 2014Fruit 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
1 month agoI love itI use these for a variety of applications. I like to wrap one around my racking cane to avoid any particles getting through to my beerJanuary 20, 2013Works Good and inexpensiveI use this bag to place toasted coconut in my 5 gallon batches (secondary) of Brown Ale. It works great and makes the finish product much easier to keg without all of the mess. I have used this bag 3 times and it still is in great shape!April 4, 2013Giant Hops BagIts great for holding hops. I add in add the hops at the appropriate times, when done I lift it out and let it drain. Its very convenient and can hold a lot of hops.April 15, 2013awesome hops bagIts hug and can hold any amount of hops I throw in it . I will occasionally lift out the bag, so the wort runs out, and put the bag back in. This helps to distribute the hops oils in case they stay too concentrated in the bag.September 27, 2013Good quality - no pull stringThe bag is nice quality and I had no problem with the stitching. Was large enough to use with an above average grain addition to an extract brew. It did not have a pull string, which is a minor problem. Also, the stitching along the side is done in a way that allows small grain fragments to get trapped inside. These fragments are difficult to fully clean out of the bag.November 13, 2013Good for holding a lot of hopsI fasten it with binder clips to the side of the pot while it boils away. Every so often I lift it up so the wort drains out and put it back, increasing the flowNovember 17, 2013great to use with racking cane!This is a double whammy - you can use it both as a hop bag for doing really hop heavy beers, and you can also use it to filter the particles getting into your keg or bottling bucket through the siphon. I have two of these and have even loaned one out to a friend for a small BIAB batch. They last a long time and work very well.January 17, 2014
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Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 3 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.