Nylon Straining Bag With Handles
Brew-in-a-Bag straining bag with handles. Made of nylon, this BIAB Straining Bag is rated at 600 micron. Makes the task of removing the grains from your mash water much easier.
This huge mesh bag is made from sturdy, food-grade nylon.
Large enough to conform to the inside diameter of a kettle and reach over the top lip.
Composed of mesh material, this will hold your grain bill and strong enough to hold the water saturated grain when you lift it out of the mash water at the end of the mash.
Brew In A Bag is a simple all-grain brewing technique.
All it requires is a large grain straining bag, a 15 gallon kettle, and a propane burner.
This method is excellent for brewers who are wishing to convert from extract brewing to all grain because you can make the transition without a significant investment.
You will need:
Brew kettle: This kettle is the only vessel required to brew in a bag and it should have a volume of at least 15 gallons for a 5 gallon brew. This is because this one vessel will have to hold your entire water requirement as well as your grain. The total volume will regularly exceed 10 gallons. You will mash and boil in this vessel.
Brew in a Bag Nylon Bag: This is a mesh bag that is large enough to conform to the inside diameter of the kettle and reach over the top lip. Made of nylon, this will hold your grain and must be strong enough to hold the water saturated grain when you lift it out of the mash water at the end of the mash. Our bag has a 50 lb. burst strength.
Heat Source: This is typically the very popular Bayou Classic Banjo Cooker high-pressure propane burner that is used widely by home brewers.
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