The Brew Bag®- Reusable BIAB Bag
The best bag on the market for the Brew-in-a-bag method. The Brew Bag™ can be used over and over and is made with 100% food safe polyester and comes in 210 micron (.0083”). The filtering capability prevents grain particulates and trub from getting into your finished wort.
The interior of the bag is seamless, so no particles of any kind can get caught so the bag cleans up with a shake and a rinse. The strapping makes a convenient handle to lift the bag - using a pulley and hook or your arms.
The Brew Bag saves time and money by providing a low cost All Grain brewing option through the BIAB method. The high quality will make this your last brew bag.
LOW COST ENTRY TO ALL GRAIN BREWING! Get started with the lowest possible cost options on equipment and ingredients.
SAVE TIME - A typical Brew In A Bag session takes about three and a half hours - including set-up and clean-up!
NOT A ONE TIME USE BAG - The Brew Bag™ can be used over and over.
CLEANER BEER -The Brew Bags' 90 threads per inch filtering capability prevents grain particulates from getting into the wort
EASY LIFTING - The strapping makes a convenient handle to lift the bag - use your hands or a pulley and hook
FAST CLEANUP - The Brew Bag™ is constructed so you can turn it upside down and give it a shake - the grain falls out - just rinse and dry
SAVE SPACE - with the Brew In A Bag method you don't need a three tier stand - one burner - one kettle - one bag - one stand
Add the BIAB Ratchet Pulley to assist with removing the Brew Bag from your brew kettle.
The Brew Bag Dimensions:
BIAB 8 Gallon - Outer diameters between 11" and 12.6" & height up to 15.4"
BIAB 10 Gallon - Outer diameters between 13" and 16" & height up to 16.5"
BIAB 15 Gallon - Outer diameters between 13" and 16" & height up to 21"
BIAB 20 Gallon - Outer diameters between 16.25" and 17.75" & height up to 22.5"
All materials are 100% food safe polyester and come in 210 micron.
Switched to BIAB after 2nd batch. Batches 3 & 4 much easier. Great way to brew for newbies. Hooked up a fully to pull the bag out. Recommend making a giant funnel to set bag in or another pot to prevent runoff from bag weight.
I purchased a Brew Bag and rope lift. The process went well, glad I purchased the wench to lift the wet grains. I am just waiting to compare the BIAB with the concentration version of the same beer.
Not the fastest way to separate your batch, but it is the best way to filter it
My first utilization of the "Brew Bag" resulted having a much cleaner wort in the fermenter. It's easy to use and definitely improved the quality of what made it into the fermenter.
This is a great bag for all grain brewing.