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Blichmann Brewing Gloves

$11.99

SKU# UM7

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Elbow-length 28-mil gloves are standard issue in commercial breweries for protection against splash burns, chemicals, and sanitary handling of equipment.

Bring that same level of protection to your home brewery. Reduce the risk of burns and scalds, while also keeping cleaning chemicals off of your skin. Since they can be effectively sanitized, they are a great way to keep sanitized equipment sanitized during handling!

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Industrial grade brewing gloves are standard issue in commercial breweries! Used in the "Blichmann Engineering Research Lab" for years.

  • Reduce risk of burns and scalds
  • Keeps sanitizers, acids, and caustic chemicals from your skin
  • Since they can be effectively sanitized, they are a great way to keep sanitized equipment sanitized!
  • Elbow length allows you to reach into 5gal pails
  • Tear and puncture resistant nitrile rubber are 28 mil thick - 3 to 4xthat of hosehold gloves. But still maintain great feel and dexterity!

  • Sizing Guide: Gloves are available in M (size 9), L (size 10), and XL (size 11). To select your size, measure the circumference of your hand at the knuckles using a flexible fabric tape or a piece of string in inches. That measurement corresponds with the glove number size. For half sizes, round up to the next size. For example, if your hand measures 8.5", select the size 10 (Large) glove. For 8.25", select the size 9 (Medium) glove.

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    Laugh if you must, but I love these!
    Got tired of my hands being destroyed by acids, bases and just too hot water. These are great! Good thickness, quality make. The length is the kicker. They go all the way to your elbow so you can pick up things on the bottom of a very deep sink without worrying that you will fill your gloves with liquid.
    January 22, 2010
    Awesome
    Great product. This is simply a must have if you are tired of having torn up hands from all the cleaning.
    October 30, 2011
    Buy these
    I didn't knowI needed these. Protects from heat, and PBW. Keeps hands dry when washing multiple carboys and kegs.
    August 2, 2013
    A Homebrewing "Must Have"
    I've been brewing for about 15 years now and recently decided I was tired of having cracked and bleeding skin from all the washing, drying, chemicals, etc. associated with brewing. Buying a pair of these was one of the smartest brewing decisions I've ever made. It's right up there with kegging and switching from glass to PET (BetterBottle) carboys. I absolutely love these gloves! Great quality and a steal at $12.The suggestion for stirring the mash by one of the other posters is an interesting idea.
    June 29, 2010
    Must have for brewers!
    These gloves are way better than most of the gloves that you find at the stores. They are good quality and go up to your elbow. They have a sizing guide on their website here (http://www.blichmannengineering.com/products/brewing-gloves) that helped me choose what size to get. They are especially helpful for cleaning the muck out of fermenting buckets.
    January 6, 2014
    Good Stuff
    I don't know how I ever brewed without these. They are thick enough for quick dips in hot water but not for prolonged periods as I found after I accidentally dropped a hose clamp in my hot liquor tank.
    January 10, 2012
    Use them for the mash
    I use these to hand mix the mash instead of mixing with a paddle. Much easier and no dough balls!
    May 9, 2010
    just what i needed
    perfect for protecting my hands from all of my cleaning chemicals. like others have noted, i just leave them hanging in my sanitizing bucket and just throw them on when i need to do any sanitary step in the process. i have really big hands and the XL are big on me. I can actually wear my wife's blichmann gloves (size medium) pretty comfortably so i would recommend ordering at least one size smaller than you normally would.
    July 12, 2013
    A BIB Must
    There is no better tool to remove your bag of grains. These are also great for boil hop additions if you bag those too. Protects from cleaning chems. They are under $20, plus, Walt uses them, that should be reason enough, put this on your list for your next purchase if you don't have them already.
    October 3, 2013
    Why did I wait?
    No more cracked, dry hands after brewing and cleaning.
    February 3, 2016
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    To what temperature are they rated for?
    Reese on Sep 11, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: DoNY know if I can be of help but I'll try. I use the gloves when I'm brewing (boilig) my wort but I don't immerse the gloves for any extended period of time.
    They are great to prevent steam burns or splash burns. I also use them to rescue my BAIB when finished but, again, they get hot quick if you leave your hands in the boil for too long.
    I've had them for over a year ND used for several brew sessions. Still in great shape.
    Great for the money.
    Tim

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