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The Brew Bag® for 10 gal Round Coolers

The Brew Bag® for 10 gal Round Coolers

Item Number:135-4062
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The Brew Bag® for 10 gal Round Coolers

40-62 Quart (10-15.5 gallon) Brew Bag fits 10 gallon Round Coolers

The Brew Bag™ allows you to start all-grain brewing with one 10 gallon round cooler, one kettle, one burner, and one bag. 

Features of The Brew Bag for 10 gal Round Coolers

--Use again and again - not a one-time use bag

--2" polypropylene straps for easy pick up using your hands or a pulley and hook

--Holds over 100 pounds of grain

--Seams are on the outside - no particulates get trapped in the bag

--We encourage the use of a plate chiller - the most efficient cooling option

--Use it as your hop bag suspended above the kettle bottom

--The straps cover the seams and bear the strain on every use - this bag will last and last

--Hand wash and drip dry

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5 Stars
This Bag Works Great!
This is a well constructed bag with heavy-duty lifting straps that is plenty big enough to fit in a keggle (I have the 10 gal size). By mashing out in the same kettle I brew in, I've completely eliminated the need for a mash tun. I put a round stainless cake rack in the kettle (to keep the bag off the bottom- not necessary if you are not going to add heat during mashing), add strike water, bag, and grain. I wrap the kettle with a fitted piece of duct insulation and start the clock on the mash. I started out using a standard mash rest, just stirring occasionally, but have since added a recirculation pump and sparge arm to the set up. Throughout the mash, I continually move the wort through the grains, adding heat as necessary to maintain mash temps. This gives me 10-15% greater mash efficiency and a clearer wort. When mash out is complete, I use a pulley system to lift the grains out of the wort and suspend them while I pump (or pour) my sparge water over them. Some say sparging is not necessarily with BIAB, but I figure what the heck, I'm going to add hot water to top up my kettle volume, I may as well rinse the remaining sugars out of the grains while doing it. When all is done, I just haul the spent grain out into the woods for the wildlife to munch on. Too easy! I highly recommend this product.
Reviewed by:  on 12/30/2016
5/5

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