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Straining Bag - Fine Mesh 10" x 23"


SKU# 7323

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Small fine-mesh straining bag.


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Small fine-mesh straining bag.

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4.9 / 5.0
7 Reviews
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Straining bags ensure the clearest possible brew
I use a fine mesh stainless filter in my brew kettle for the hops, and a fine mesh bag in my fermenter when I siphon the wort out of the brew kettle, as well as another fine mesh bag when siphoning into the bottling bucket. The result is about as clear as one could ask for.
Even after bottle conditioning, there is less residue on the bottom of the bottle than there is in a commercial Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. No need to leave any ale in the bottle. Bottoms up!
November 2, 2017
7 months ago
It works like a champ.
It's a straining bag, it strains things to perfection!
September 21, 2017
8 months ago
Works good for fruit wines.Be sure to clean after each use.
July 23, 2017
10 months ago
Great size bag
This bag is the perfect size. it is also reuseable, wash it and go again.
September 26, 2016
Quality product
Bought this hoping it to be the right size for my home system, but it's not. If you have a 5-gal pot, this won't be wide enough for all grain homebrewing, but might be better for steeping specialty grains in partial-mash or extract brewing. Not a bad product, just not what I was looking for.
December 21, 2015
strawberry Belgian ale
Made a tasty beer with the ingredients and can't wait to try it out. Love the pricing and timeliness of my orders through northern brewer
November 19, 2015
Good Product, Know When to Use it
I've used this mesh bag in a variety of different ways. It works well as a reusable grain bag, I've used it to steep pumpkin puree, as a hop bag during a brew, and as a strainer when racking a beer into a keg. It works fine as a reusable grain and with the pumpkin puree. It's an incredibly fine mesh and can be very restrictive for liquid flowing when the holes get clogged with particles. I didn't think it worked very well when I added hops to it in a boil. It's also worked very well when I put a racking cane inside of it when transferring beer. It keeps hops from dry hopping out of the keg. However, It became easily clogged when I was racking a fruit beer. The small particles of fruit clogged the bag too easily and it wasn't flowing.
July 13, 2013
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Would this work to strain my wort after boil when i am pouring into ferment bucket?
S C on Aug 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No, it's not large enough for a ferment bucket. The 10"x23" dimensions are 10 inches wide, 23 inches long, with the opening in the 10-inch dimension. Not sure how useful this thing with those dimensions, but it served me as an emergency BIAB setup for a small batch when I forgot to buy a new grain bag.
Hello, I am looking to use this bag with my hop spider. Is the mesh too fine for this application?
Dan O on Mar 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I use mine for straining fruit for wine. It works nicely for my purpose, only wish it were a lot wider. (Next on my list to get). Hope this helps you.
Does this bag have the same size mesh as your smaller "hop bag", and does it have a drawstring?
F O on Jul 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This mesh is much finer than the mesh of the hop/grain bag. This bag does not have a drawstring.
What the mesh size ( mircons)?
J K on Oct 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It does not have a micron designation. It is just a "fine" mesh.


Gabe from NB

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