DetailsPolar Ware 30" Stainless Brew Paddle with Holes. This durable mash paddle will surely demolish dough balls in the mash bed. The holes will allow mash liquid and mash to flow through while mixing and breaking up the dough balls.
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4.6 / 5.012 ReviewsMarch 25, 2016StrongThis is stronger and easier to use than a wooden paddle. The holes help the liquid flow through while moving the grain. Its good enough for 20 pounds of grain.July 15, 2013Less bulky than woodIts solid and a good mash paddle that demolishes dough balls. Its less bulky and easier to use than a large paddle. Now having said that, if you have a 10 gallon mash tun, filled to the top, and you are strong, a larger wooden mash paddle will be faster, since this is smaller.October 4, 2013StrongIts strong so it doesn't bend, and is long enough that I can get it in everywhere. It handles 20 pounds of grain. Its easier to use than a thick wooden paddle.November 21, 2013Light weight and strongIts easier to handle than a wooden paddle and does almost as much except crush. A great pick up for all grain brewers.January 25, 2014Light and strongGreat for thinner mashes and also works well for thicker mashes. It crushes up the dough balls, and is easy to maneuver. Also I'm less likely to crush my braid with it and thus get a stuck sparge.February 24, 2014Destroys doughballs*Way better than my old plastic spoon, it easily mixes 25 pounds of grain and destroys dough balls, so I get good efficiency and conversion. Its strong and wont bend and the only minor issue is the hollow handle.March 20, 2014Mash blended well15 lb mash, blended well!
Did not have a stuck sparge. Rice hulls helped... used a smaller spoon for cooking wort.February 27, 2018Purchased
6 months agoStir SuccessThis brew paddle with holes is great in draining the liquid through and making sure there is good aeration. Worked well for my brewing.March 23, 2013Great PaddleThis is a great paddle for large grain bills. I've used this plenty of times in my 15 gallon mash tun with 30+ lbs of grain and have never had a dough ball.June 5, 2013
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