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Kettle Tube Screen - Stainless Steel
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The Kettle Tube is a rugged tube of stainless steel screen 12" in length, 1" in diameter, with a 1/2" MPT fitting at one end, and is our replacement for the discontinued Bazooka Screen. This fitting will thread directly into the inside of our Brew Built or Heavy Duty Brew Kettles, or into the back of any of our line of Weldless Ball Valves, allowing you to better filter trub and whole hops from your wort while transferring from your kettle to your fermenter.

Excellent for straining out leaf hops in the boil kettle (Pellet hops can clog the screen). We also have several customers who use this as a screen in their Cooler Mash Tun!

Item # AG420
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Weight 0.25LBS
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becuase it goes in the kettle.
Valued C on Feb 19, 2018
becuase it goes in the kettle.
Valued C on Feb 19, 2018
Going to give it a try instead of my false bottom on my next mash.
James L on Jan 22, 2018
Going to give it a try instead of my false bottom on my next mash.
James L on Jan 22, 2018

4.1 / 5.0
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works great
So i finally bought this tube screen for my 8.5 gal boil kettle and it is awesome. easy to install and cleans easily. very well constructed mesh tube, doesn't crush under the weight of my wort chiller.
May 5, 2016
50/50 Malt/White Flour sparge
My stainless braid finally die of old age so I got this for my 10gal round cooler tun. Had trouble sparging 7 pounds malt 5 pounds white flour with the braid. But when I put this in to replace it, sparges run clear, and steady flow.
February 5, 2016
Better for mash tun than kettle filter
I purchased this product to use per the recommended use by MoreBeer.com. I have not tried the filtering ability of this part, but I can say it would get smashed by my copper wort chiller. Might trade the part off to a buddy to use as a false bottom.
June 19, 2015
Good idea, but two issues: it clogs relatively quickly and it is difficult to direct the flow into the fermenter.
May 29, 2015
Works fine
Does the job in the mash tun without getting crushed/flattened by the weight of the grains.
May 27, 2015
works fairly well
I use this in my 8 gallon brew kettle. Overall it works well, but will get clogged with hops. Recently Ive started putting my hops in a 1 gallon nylon paint strainer bag and that seems to help out quite a bit. I would have given this 5 stars, except that shortly after using, the screen separated from the threads. That doesnt make it unusable, I just leave the threads attached to my kettle and screw the screen back on to the threads when I brew.
May 19, 2015
I use it in my mash tun - works great. I have brewed 6 times with it and it still holds shape... easy to clean
May 6, 2015
Perfect for hop removal
Catches most hop particles in the boil leaving nice clear wort.
May 5, 2015
I think it's better the False Bottom, but this one could be used on the Boil Kettle when using whole hops
May 5, 2015
A very good choice for inexpensive mash tun
If you're just starting to go all-grain, this is the ticket. You probably already have a 64-quart or larger ice chest, or a 10 gallon Igloo. Grab a valve, a collar, and a threaded coupler, and you're in business. Unless you end up with a particularly difficult sparge from too much wheat (and you forgot to decrease density with rice hulls), you'll get a dependable, clog-free sparge.
May 5, 2015