bag for a 50 l kettle

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bag for a 50 l kettle

Post by fluidjuice » 2 years ago

I'm looking for a bag to fit a 50 l kettle size is 40cm high by 40 cm diameter, can anyone reccomend a decent bag and where to get it, don't want to spend the earth but don't want cheap either, thanks Dean


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Post by safebrew222 » 2 years ago

Hey Dean,

Where do you live? Might be easier to get a good response. 50L pot... well BIABrewer doesn't have any official bag vendors but there are a few websites you can hit the will custom fashion a bag for you. You can also go to your local fabric store and buy voile curtain fabric, 100 % polyester, and fashion one for yourself. Check out this forum ... viewforum.php?f=53


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Post by joshua » 2 years ago

Dean, Just for entertainment Check BeachBum's Emergency Bag at..

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Post by fluidjuice » 2 years ago

Sorry I'm in the uk,
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bag for a 50 l kettle

Post by NeillC » 2 years ago

fluidjuice wrote:Sorry I'm in the uk,
Thanks
Picked up one of these. Haven't brewed with it yet but it looks well made. http://www.themaltmiller.co.uk/index.ph ... ductId=636
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Post by fluidjuice » 2 years ago

Thanks Neil ordered one.


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Post by pricelessbrew » 2 years ago

For what it's worth to other brewers looking for bags. There's a user, Wilserbrewer, on HBT(homebrewtalk) that is a well recognized forum member, helper of fellow BIAB'ers and makes a dang good brew bag.

You can order one of his bags at http://biabbags.webs.com/.

They're great quality, I know he's tested them with up to 120lb of free weights, which would be even more strenuous than a real test of grains since the free weights would exert more pressure than the grains would. IE the grains weight would be more evenly distributed.

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