DetailsNylon Straining Bag- 18 3/4" x 19"- Fine Mesh: A larger bag for larger applications. Works well with fruit and other wine and beer ingredients. The fine mesh helps prevent most of the sediment from ending up in your beer or wine.
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4.9 / 5.013 ReviewsFine Mesh straining bagsI use staining bags for making fruit wine. I like the fine mesh, as it keeps more sediment out of the wine.January 6, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoGreat for grains and hopsI use one of these to steep all my specialty malts in. I then empty the malts, quick rinse, then I add my hops into the bag in my kettle, keep 90% of the hops in the bag.March 20, 2014Mesh BagSo far this bag is working fine. It didn't fall apart like some of the other people said. I used it on one batch for steeping grain for a porter and the stains won't come out, but I'm not too worried about that affecting the next couple of uses.November 20, 2013Great Bag!This is a great bag! That said $7 for a mesh bag bothers me as far as price goes. It probably shouldn't though -- this bag is $9 at my LHBS. Recommended, it works great.May 16, 2013Great for BIAB!For doing BIAB get the fine mesh. Have used these twice and so far have been everything I've hoped for in a grain bag. This size holds about 10-12 lbs max to allow for absoption/expansion of grains.April 5, 2013Nice StrainerI use this bag to strain my wort when transferring from the boil kettle to my fermentation bucket and again when siphoning from my fermentation bucket into my bottling bucket. Works great for getting small particles out that may slip through more course boiling bags. It will fit completely around the rim of your average brew bucket so you don't have to hold it, but it doesn't fit perfectly to all of the edges down inside the bucket-- which is fine.March 11, 2013Great for steeping grainsWas able to use this to steep about a pound of specialty grains giving them plenty of room to move around for max extraction. Since the bag doesn't have a drawstring I used a silicone band like a rubber band to close it and hung it off my brewing spoon suspended over the brew pot.February 4, 2013Great for fruit wine!Fits around my bucket, but does not go all the way to the bottom. Otherwise works great. I ferment my fruit in the open bag in my primary fermenter, then pull the whole bag out at once. Strain/squeeze as desired and then turn the bag inside out to empty the fruit residue. Works great!December 31, 2012Great BIABI have been doing more BIAB lately and this is a great bag for full sized batches. Strong and durable, big enough for all the grain for a normal gravity beer.December 11, 2012Good bagI use this as a strainer when I bucket, in case I spill a little trub during the siphon. Fine enough to keep husks and even small sand-size particles from the bottle. Fits well over a 6gal pail.March 26, 2012
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Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 2 answerswhat is the micron value?BEST ANSWER: got no idea as to value, in fermenting I don't see where it's a big issue when you're going to let it settle and rack a few times as well as I use a Bruno filtering system before bottling.Can it be cleaned and reused, how many bags per pkg.?BEST ANSWER: Yes, it can be reused many times. This listings is for one bag.