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Drawstring Mesh Bag - 29 in. x 29 in.
BAG26
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Description

Huge BIAB bag (29" x 29") Reusable Nylon Mesh Bags are an indispensable part of any brew day.
 
These food-grade nylon mesh bags are more versatile and a better value than disposable cloth muslin bags. These bags are used for a wide range of different applications during brewing and fermentation.
 
The ideal Brew-in-a-Bag Bag. This huge mesh bag is made from sturdy, food-grade nylon and features a handy drawstring to help keep the contents contained. Also works extremely well for pressing small volumes of fruit solids for winemaking: just put the fruit in the bag and tie it closed, press the fruit, and remove the bag with the solids still inside—easy!
Item # BAG26
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Weight 0.01LBS
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Big enough to fit the 15 Gallon Kettle
michael a r on Aug 8, 2018
Current BIAB bag is failing.
J Michael E on Jul 13, 2018
Big enough to fit the 15 Gallon Kettle
michael a r on Aug 8, 2018
To put coffee beans in for a coffee porter
Adrian M on Aug 8, 2018
Current BIAB bag is failing.
J Michael E on Jul 13, 2018
Brutus20 setup. Will use this as grain strainer in rectangular cooler before wort goes back to kettle.
Jan Rickenbach on Jul 10, 2018
Size
James Wesley B on Jul 6, 2018
for hops and steeping grain
Robert Shanks on Jun 26, 2018
trying biab very soon
Leigh D on May 16, 2018
I will be able to stir the oats
Ronnie M on May 12, 2018
Looks like it should fit my vessel
Alex D on May 5, 2018
i needed a larger brew bag
Thomas J on May 4, 2018
For use in my 15 gallon keggle.
James N on Apr 30, 2018
more fruit to fit
michael h on Apr 24, 2018
I have experienced two stuck mashes now....trying to determine if it was my grain crush (don't have my own mill and use LHBS) or technique
Tom F on Apr 17, 2018
These bags are great when fermenting grape must. They keep the grape skins encapsulated and the cap contained. If using a variable capacity lid the grapes can also be completely submerged if in these bags.
Ronald W on Apr 14, 2018
This is the largest one I could find online.
Greg Stricker on Apr 10, 2018
Needed it for my first experience with brew-in-a-bag.
Jim S on Apr 9, 2018
Read about it and figured I would try it out rather than muslin bags.
Michael W on Apr 5, 2018
Interested in a bigger hop bag and could possibly be used as a BIAB
Fernando A on Mar 16, 2018
Switching to brew in a bag
William S on Mar 1, 2018
Start trying BIAB
Bruce H on Feb 20, 2018
Mini mash yeah
David G on Feb 12, 2018
tore up old bag
usedittwice on Feb 10, 2018
to mash
Carlos A on Feb 5, 2018
Brew In A Bag
Mark W on Feb 5, 2018
To keep adjuncts from clogging my fermentors
F E on Jan 22, 2018
Doing BIAB
Matt A on Jan 19, 2018
Because the 24" x 24" bags I bought 3 weeks ago are too small.
Dave D on Jan 16, 2018
To put coffee beans in for a coffee porter
Adrian M on Aug 8, 2018
Brutus20 setup. Will use this as grain strainer in rectangular cooler before wort goes back to kettle.
Jan Rickenbach on Jul 10, 2018
Reviews

4.4 / 5.0
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Rips
This about two weeks ago. I used it for the second time today - and it ripped, again. The side stitching came apart on the first bag that I bought from MoreBeer about a year ago, and the side stitching come apart, again, on the second bag that I bought two weeks ago in San Leandro. This might be a me problem, but this might also be a "side stitching" problem. Regardless, brew away, friend.
June 15, 2018
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June 19, 2018
Zach R Staff
Easy clean up.
I have only used it once but made clean up much easier. Just pull the bag and dump. I am not a true boil in a bag brewer, I am using it more as a liner in the mash tun.
April 20, 2018
Purchased
4 months ago
First batch used performed well
I just used this bag for the first time in a beer in a bag scenario in a 15 gallon kettle with a 15 inch inner diameter opening, and it performed perfectly! I do not know how long this bag will last, but if it does not perform during the next several sessions, I’ll update the review. If you are looking to do a beer in a bag, I would recommend using this one. The drawstring at the top was very convenient for tying off at the top of the kettle.
March 26, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Great for 90 liter press
We make several berry wines in addition to our grape wines, and these mesh bags are a big help. We do whole berry ferments of blue/cran/black/rasprberry wines. We cut out the bottom to fit in to our 90 liter Speidel Press and these bags give us a very clean press of our newly made wines and are re-useable to some degree.
February 16, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Worth the money ... can use many times .
Great brew in a bag ...
February 15, 2018
Purchased
6 months ago
I like these bags and they do a great job containing the malts. The only issue I had was that these are pretty wide for an 8.5g kettle, which made it hard to make sure the draining wort made it into the kettle (BIAB). I ended up putting it in a bucket and batch sparging it, which worked for me.
January 30, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Great. I use it instead of a false bottom.
I'm a minimalist, simple apartment brewer. There is no simpler way to separate grain from liquid than with a mesh bag. Efficiency may or may not be slightly lower than a traditional false bottom, but I use this bag in combination with a bazooka screen. My mashes have higher efficiency with a bag + bazooka screen than bazooka screen alone. Bazooka screen alone also provides a rather slow/almost stuck batch sparge while with the bag everything goes smoothly even if I mash overnight or purposely sour mash for 2-3 days. I just ordered bag number 2. The first had never failed over the course of 2 years, but I had failed to clean it properly after a brew day. It had dark mold spots on it, so I tossed it and ordered a new one. The bag will start to discolor after some time, but this is normal. I've only ran it through the washer machine once, and although still discolored, it seemed clean.
May 16, 2017
Great mesh bag for very reasonable price.
Our small winery makes several hundred gallons of berry wines, including blueberry, cranberry, blackberry and raspberry. We do whole berry ferments and all of these berries have great amounts of tiny seeds. The black and raspberries pretty much turn to mush so pressing is always a dreaded chore. Now I came across these bags, which I cut out a semi circular half moon out of the bottom. This fits nicely as a very fine liner nto our Speidel 90l press. The drawstring is a nice feature that cinches around the upper lip of the ss basket, keeping the bag from getting pulled down as we fill the press, making our lives much easier at press time. I get two or three pressing days out of each bag at a very reasonable cost.
August 18, 2016
Great bag
I am on my 5th batch using this bag all grain bills from 8-15 lbs. no holes or rips solid bag for the price. Bought two more should this one go. I also use a false bottom to keep the bag and the grains from scorching.
July 18, 2016
Great Bag
I use these bags at the brewery for hops. They do fine for up to 2 lbs. of hops. Anymore than that can be a little sketchy. Hot wert and heavy swollen hops.
August 2, 2015