Hot Fill Bags - Pack of 10

Hot Fill Bags - Pack of 10

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These hot fill bladders are a great way to cut time out of your brew day using the "no chill" or "hot packing" method of cooling wort. When your boil is over, simply fill them up and wait for the wort to chill overnight or throw it in the fridge. This eliminates the traditional 30-60 minutes of chill time common in most brew days.  Use the wort immediately after it has cooled down, or store refrigerated for short periods of time.

When chilled and ready to go, most brewers transfer the wort out of the bag and into their favorite fermenter. However it is possible to ferment directly in the bag with the use of a #7 stopper and airlock.

Hot packing and the storage of wort at room temperature has been done in Australia as a common practice for decades.  Because of the temperature of wort entering the bag, any bacteria are killed. However there does exist a small chance of Botulism contamination for wort that is hot packed and stored.  Botulism spores can survive a boil and are only killed through high temperature pasteurization. We always recommend using the wort as quickly as possible once it has cooled.  

Hot fillable means they can be filled with any liquid up to 212°F. 

The triple layer construction makes these bags puncture resistant, chemical resistant, and gives the bag superior oxygen barrier properties. The first layer is 50-micron polyethylene, the second is 45-micron polyethylene, and the third is 15-micron nylon.

5.2 gal / 20L capacity.

KegLand Part Number: KL18463


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Weight 2 LBS
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maple syrup storage and low O2 transfer in low tech brewery
Ed on Jan 27, 2022
maple syrup storage and low O2 transfer in low tech brewery
Ed on Jan 27, 2022
Water conservation
Aaron H on Nov 4, 2021
Water conservation
Aaron H on Nov 4, 2021
Is the stated volume (5.2 gallons) the sum of all 10 bags (i.e., half-gallon per bag) or is the stated volume 5.2 gallons PER BAG?
Dude in GA on Dec 7, 2021
BEST ANSWER: That is per each bag. They get to be really heavy and a little hard to handle, so you may not want to fill them to the absolute max capacity.

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