18" Plastic Paddle

$3.99

SKU# 7310

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Food grade plastic paddle can tolerate contact with boiling temperatures. The smaller end fits into carboy necks.

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Food grade plastic paddle can tolerate contact with boiling temperatures. The smaller end fits into carboy necks. Strongly recommended for use with plastic fermenters and bottling buckets, as it will not scratch them.

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Plenty long enough
Does a great job, and can fit into the top of a carboy for stirring.
June 11, 2012
cheap, basic, and just what I needed
I bought this so I could stop using a kitchen spoon while brewing with a 3 gallon pot on my stove. Works great, and its long enough to keep my hands from getting sticky.
January 14, 2014
perfect
nice and cheap and stirs perfect. nice and long also.
September 3, 2013
should have bought this sooner
Plenty long for a 5 gallon brewpot and I like that it won't scratch my plastic buckets. Easy to clean as well.
August 8, 2010
works great
what can you say about these besides that they do what they are supposed too and they are more then long enough to keep your hands out of the boil! I use a 7.5 gallon brew kettle.
January 20, 2010
Works well - and can be adapted!
When I purchased this I intended only to use it for stirring the grain in my mash run, which it did very well.Then, since I was new to my two stock pots, I thought I could use this to show me how much liquid was in my pots by marking the height of the liquid on the paddle when it rested on the bottom of the pot. This worked really well since the bottom of the paddle is flat and stood up straight in the pots without me holding it.
January 13, 2014
What is supposed to be.
So far so good. Doesn't seem to be too fimsy. It will be better than trying to use a kitchen spatula!
September 30, 2013
the spoon is floppy
the spoon is floppy. Not very sturdy. I think its a lame mash paddle. I use a wood stirring spoon that has a thick handle. Probably would be fine for boil stirring though.
September 18, 2011
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What are the dimensions of this brew paddle?
M A on Jul 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It is 18" long, and about 2" wide at the paddle.

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