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Drawstring Mesh Bag - 6 in. x 8 in.
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Reusable small Nylon Mesh Bags are an indispensable part of any brew day.
These food-grade nylon bags are available in a range of sizes and with either a fine or a medium mesh weave, which make them both 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.
Nylong bags are often times used to add pellet hops to the boil or as a dry hop in the fermenter. Retains the vast majority of the hop material, making for clearer beer and easier transfers. Can also be used to add smaller amounts of other adjuncts to the boil or fermenter, such as orange peel, oak, spices, etc. This small 6 x 8 inch nylon mesh bag will hold up to 2  oz of pellet hops after they swell up. Features a handy drawstring to keep the bag closed and tie it off to your kettle handle, spoon or mash paddle.
Item # BAG10
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Weight 0.01LBS
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Good hop pellets bag
Chuckles on Feb 23, 2018
dry hopping
Day I on Jan 30, 2018
Good hop pellets bag
Chuckles on Feb 23, 2018
Dry hopping
Philip c on Feb 13, 2018
dry hopping
Day I on Jan 30, 2018
To keep hops under control
Stewart N on Jan 18, 2018
Cause they're semi reusable.
Dominick V on Jan 15, 2018
Use for hop pellets to promote a cleaner wort before fermentation
John M on Jan 15, 2018
Dry hopping
Philip c on Feb 13, 2018
To keep hops under control
Stewart N on Jan 18, 2018

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these bags really keep the trub to a minimum
February 18, 2018
2 months ago
Where have these been?
Boy oh boy oh boy oh boy do these mesh bags work great to reduce the amount of trub when I transfer wort to the fermentor. Great for dry hopping too. Totally awesome.
February 7, 2018
2 months ago
Works like a champ
I saw this on the ' Customers Who Viewed This Item Also Viewed' when I was ordering for my next brews. Hmm, what's this? I bought a few. Gave them a shot in brewing and dry hopping. Totally awesome. A cleaner brew. A cleaner dry hop. Cleanliness rules apply just like the rest of your stuff.
November 30, 2017
Great For Spices In Boil Kettle
I used this bag to hold several different spices in a pumpkin beer I brewed. I used this in the boil at flame-out and this bag's mesh size is perfect for containing the crushed spices, and letting the wort in at the same time. Great product!
November 1, 2017
Works as it should
It's a hop bag, it'll reduce the amount of matter that gets transferred into the carboy.
May 28, 2015
Bag Works Great
I used the bag to dryhop with hops and lemon thyme for a saison. Hold it down with a few marbles and some dental floss and it keeps everything in one spot. Would buy again.
May 28, 2015
No more clogged keg posts
I now only dry hop in these bad boys after a few clogged poppet valves.
May 27, 2015
i have used the product for years. Very good value for the money!
May 27, 2015
Lasts forever
Been using this forever on my hop spider. Has an awesome green tint to it now which makes me like it even more.
May 27, 2015
These bags are OK.
I bought a few of these hop bags hoping to keep most of the hop material out of the fermentor when racking after the boil. The first time I used them the drawstrings (which I had tied into a shoelace knot) came undone during the boil, and all the hops came out. I thought about tying a tighter, more permanent knot the next time, but didn't want to deal with untying it while wet in order to clean the bags. So I used heat-safe silicone rubber bands to close the bags instead. They worked great to keep the bags closed, but much of the hop material still came through the mesh of the bags. I will probably still use these because they kept most of the hop matter out of my fermentor.
May 6, 2015