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Muslin Mesh Grain/Hop Bag


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Inexpensive muslin mesh bag with no drawstring. Now available in a discount 10-pack!

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Muslin Mesh Grain & Hop Bag

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Inexpensive muslin mesh bag with no drawstring. Now available in a discount 10-pack! The same muslin bags included in our extract recipe kits.

For a more permanent and reusable option, see our selection of nylon mesh straining bags available here.


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Great to have!
Have used these for grains (extract with specialty grain kits) and recently for hops, I bought a 10 pack because I was sick of wasting so much wort because of hop sludge. Now there is near zero hop sludge and I get much more of my wort, hence better beer. The price adds almost nothing to the cost of making beer. Will always have these in stock for my brewing needs!
October 2, 2011
Yep, it works
Worked great for my first partial mash, kept in the grains and the pellet hops really well, leaving a beautiful beer.
April 18, 2011
Hop bag
Works well with pellet hops.
February 27, 2014
Good quality will buy again.
Good quality will buy again.
January 19, 2016
everything came out good
January 20, 2016
Perfect for Whole hops
I only use whole leaf hops and these are perfect for that. Not so great for pellets obviously lol. Also great for dry hopping
March 9, 2017
7 months ago
Works well for hop-balls.
I buy these in 10-packs. I cut it in half and tie one end. Add hop pellets then then tie them shut. Helps keep the crud out of the fermenter when draining the kettle. Basically, I get a 20-count packaged by cutting them in half. Works well.
June 2, 2017
1 year ago
February 5, 2016
Great bags!
Not much to say about these, other than they work great for me - and since I don't have a close homebrew store getting them shipped is the next best thing...
May 31, 2016
Muslin mesh bag
Worked just like any other i have used, got the job done
October 15, 2015
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The brew kit I have calls for a sparging process and using a strainer to strain out the grain mash. I was thinking of simply using a muslin bag to avoid having to use a strainer. How many pounds of grain will this bag hold? Thanks.
A shopper on Jun 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Not looking specifically at the size of the bag, this bag it's most likely for a few pounds of grain, and will work fine for that. I'm guessing this is a hybrid extract and grain kit. These bags can be a little tight when the grain expands so tie the knot at the get end for maximum volume. A tight bag of grain will not let water pass through easily. We used to stick our spoon right through the bag when we were done and propped it on top of the kettle to drain
will this work for pellet hops? will it affect the hop flavoring?
A N on Jan 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have used it for both leaf and pellet hops and it works great. It definitely helps keep unwanted particles out of the trub. I have not noticed any flavor changes between using the muslin bags and not using them. I use them and will continue to.
shipping weight for the 10 pack? thanks
Jose N on Sep 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Not very much! We show a weight of .15 lbs in our inventory system for the 10-pack of muslin bags. -Mike W, Northern Brewer
What's the length of each bag? Morebeer sells the 5 in. x 15 in. disposable hop bags. That's what I'm looking for from NB.

R A on Sep 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These measure about

x 15". Being muslin

they are very stretchy

so can expand a decent amount further than that.
i'm hoping to put pulped apple/pears for cider/perry making. would this be a good product for that purpose? seems that people are happy with using grain in this so i'm assuming the crossover should be fine.
A N on Sep 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You certainly can use this to hold your fruit for perry/cider making. It will work just fine for that purpose. I might also recommend our Brewmaster Filter Bag

as it is larger


and includes drawstrings.

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