Brewmaster Filter Bag

$5.99

SKU# 7314

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Large coarse-mesh open-ended straining bag. Perfect for Brew-In-A-Bag (BIAB) all-grain brewing.

Measures 24" x 24".

Brew-In-A-Bag is a brewing method that combines all the steps of all-grain brewing into one vessel; your boil kettle, allowing you to fine tune the flavor profile of each batch for maximum quality while simplifying the all-grain process to minimize time, space and effort. Hit the ground running in the world of all-grain brewing and step up your game without stepping up your equipment.
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Brewmaster Filter Bag - Straining Bag

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Large coarse-mesh open-ended straining bag. Good for the Brew-In-A-Bag technique. 24" by 24".

Brew-In-A-Bag is a brewing method that combines all the steps of all-grain brewing into one vessel; your boil kettle, allowing you to fine tune the flavor profile of each batch for maximum quality while simplifying the all-grain process to minimize time, space and effort. Hit the ground running in the world of all-grain brewing and step up your game without stepping up your equipment.

This is the same bag included in our BIAB Brew-In-A-Bag All Grain Starter Kit

See our selection of BIAB Recipe Kits.
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Great Bag!
Used this for my first attempt at BIAB. Worked great. Fit with room to spear in my 8 gallon kettle.
February 21, 2016
Great bag for BIAB
This bag works great for 5 gallon BIAB brews and it fits perfectly in my 10 gal Blichmann brew kettle! This is my 2nd time to purchase this bag. The 1st one worked perfectly for six BIAB brews (thats only $1 per brew). I think I could of used it a couple more times but I did not want to take the chance of it not holding the grain.
December 18, 2015
Mash bag!
Luv it, perfect for smashing punkin and grain
September 26, 2016
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November 11, 2015
Always Awesome!
Always Awesome!
June 28, 2016
i love it
my beers come out so good everytime and with my life style it cuts the brew day in half iam on my third kit and all the beers came out delish thank you all for what you do from the monk
July 14, 2016
Works great
I've used it twice now with no issues. Since off the grain and wash off and it looks good as new.
June 15, 2016
Great beer filter
Exactly as advertised. Arrived on time. Works great
October 5, 2015
Great
used for pumpkin ale
October 10, 2015
You should buy a lot of these
The siphon less big mouth bubblers or old school buckets are more effective than this device. -Trub coats the lower 30% of the cone and the drain valve is constantly clogged. I have to rack to a secondary anyway to get clear beer for bottling. -You will have more batch waste dealing with this. -It is harder to clean than a bucket. -1/3 the beer making capacity than if you spent the same $ on buckets or bubblers.Note: I brew heavily hopped recipes. If you brew very light Budweiser style beers, this might work great.
January 15, 2014
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How much, or how large a grain bill can these bags hold?

Thank you or your time.
M I on Oct 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You can fit up to about 15 lbs in one...but for mashing 10 lbs is a more realistic cut off so you can handle the bag and still have a fluid mash.
Bought a bag from LHBS and it touched the side of the hot metal pot and a burned a hole in it and spilled grain out. How does this hold up overtime when using on a hot pot?
M J on Oct 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I haven't used mine yet. But I am planning a brew day in the 1st week of November (Palmers Elevenses) in which I will my using the bag. That being said............... I have a question to the question was the pot on the burner with the burner on during a BIAB session?? If so chalk it up to operator error.
I have a cider press with a basket that measures 16 inches across and need filters bags. Will this work as a filter for my press basket? How much with shipping to 21520 area code? Thanks
M P on Oct 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It should work. The filter bag measures 24"x24". It would qualify for 7.99 flat rate

which is a no rush option. Or the in a hurry ground option would be around $12 more than likely. Add to cart

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put in zip code to get quotes for delivery and pricing. I hope this helps! Cheers

James J!
What is the material of the bag? and if makes difference with other material?
M A on Aug 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is a nylon bag, so it's unharmed by brewing uses, and can be re-used many times. They are quite strong, and are great for doing Brew-In-A-Bag brewing. -Mike W, Northern Brewer
how dos this compare to a muslim bag? can i use a muslim bag for BIAB?
C Z on Jul 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These bags are much more durable and reusable than muslin. I would not use muslin as it can split easily under the weight of BIAB grains.
Are these machine washable? If so, is that even recommended?
LemansPower on Jun 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: That might be fine, but I'd recommend just rinsing well, and perhaps boiling in clean water to sanitize; rather than washing it with any kind of laundry detergent. As this is on the "pre-boil" side of the process, it's not as critical that it be fully sanitized. -Mike W, Northern Brewer
Completely stupid question: Are these reusable and if so what is involved in cleaning?
S E on Apr 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, they are reusable. You should rinse out all the grain, and rinse the bag in clean water and let it dry. No other serious cleaning is needed, as the bag is used "pre-boil" in the mash/brew kettle, so it does not have to be truly sterile, just clean. -Mike W, Northern Brewer
Will this bag fit over a keggle?
C W on Apr 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hello Chris,

This bag should fit over a keggle, but under the weight of the grain, it will likely slip in. The average diameter of a keg used as a kettle is 15 3/4". If doing a brew in the bag batch, you will probably want a strainer of some sort to hold the grains up over the liquid level. I hope that this helps, let us know if you have any further questions!

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