BevBright High Efficiency Beverage Filter 5 Micron

BevBright High Efficiency Beverage Filter 5 Micron

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BevBright's™ filters are disposable, multi-zoned, cartridge style filters perfect for filtering beer with any standard 10" filter cartridge housing.  BevBright™ achieves superior efficiency by being the first to spin different diameters of poly strands on the same core to create zones. The zone closest to the core contains consistent, tight fibers for final filtration while the final outer layer zone is spun with larger fibers for increased dirt holding capacity and increased flow capacity. The best of both worlds. By comparison typical spun poly water filters are spun with only one size of fiber. 

90% High Efficiency Filter Rating
BevBright's line of High Efficiency beverage filters remove 90% of particles at the stated micron rating. These filters will offer the largest flow through capacity, allowing you to often filter multiple kegs with one filter, but might let a little sediment get through. They are a terffic bargain and still better than any off the shelf hardware store spun poly filters (which normally only filter out 60-80% of the material in one pass). Looking for a slightly higher efficiency filter - see BevBright's Super High Efficiency (98%) or Absolute (99.8%) rated filters. 

What Micron Rating is Right For Me?
It depends. Most yeast will be filtered out with a 5 micron filter, while even more will be filtered out with a 3 micron filter. A 1 micron filter removes most all yeast at the High Efficiency rating.  If you have dirty, just fermented beer we recommend you try a 5 micron filter. Looking for crystal clear clarity for a beer that has been stored cold - try the 1 Micron. 

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Weight 0.38 LBS
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Rated 3 out of 5
Probably a great filter, but it didn't do much for my beer.
I always employ a primary, secondary and cold condition in my brewing process. Yes, even my Porters and Stouts. However, my IPA's, Lagers and Pale Ales are stil a little hazy. I bought this filter thinking that it would remove the haze out of my Christmas Ale. I wanted it clearer than I could get it with my process. The filter made no difference. It still looked muddy. Looks like I need the 1 micron filter. I ordered some and will try that. So, if your brewing process has multiple fermentation stages or a conditioning stage, you probably will NEVER need the 5 micron filter. Go right for the 1 micron!
December 9, 2014