zymico Bazooka Screen

zymico Bazooka Screen - MrSaLTy -
$8.00 - $20.00
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The Bazooka Screen™
All stainless mashing/boiling kettle screen!!!

12" in length, 1" in diameter, this thing is HUGE!!!!

Why pay more for a tiny weakling?

1/2" Stainless MPT threads.

304 Stainless 16 mesh screen. THIS THING IS HEAVY DUTY!!

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    I'm acquiring pieces and parts to start all-grain brewing--I'm going to convert some big round coolers into mash/lauter tuns but I wanna do it cheaply. I saw the design for the worthog on another for

  • Where and what model to get.

    I am going to convert a 15 gallon sanke toped bud keg. Where and what model valve/spigot should i get to put on the bottom? Whare do i locate the spigot on the keg? I am going to work up to all grain

REVIEWS(14 Total Reviews)

  • May 27, 2011 at 03:52 PM

    Price: $20.00

    Pros: Rigid and will not collapse easily

    Cons: none

    Recommended? Yes

    I easily pulled mind off the piece of 1" long 1/2" ID threaded stock. switched it out for a 2" long piece and shoved 1-1/2" in and no worries now.
  • May 9, 2011 at 10:17 PM

    Price: $8.00

    Pros: Excellent in my Mash Tun

    Cons: Not so great in the boil vessel

    Recommended? Yes

    This is a must have for any cooler conversion you will complete. Does an excellent job! It is easy to install, clean and maintain.
  • March 7, 2010 at 12:49 AM

    Price: $20.00

    Pros: Awesome cheap alternative to false bottom

    Cons: None

    Recommended? Yes

    This is a great alternative to false bottom. My local beer store (homebrew heaven) sells the weld less ball lock and installs it for free for under $30.
    4 of 5 | May 16, 2009 at 02:09 PM

    Price: $20.00

    Pros: - Very durable - Can be used for lautering or as a filter on the inside of your kettle ball valve to keep break material out of your fermenting chamber

    Cons: - Clogged very easily by pellet hop crap

    Recommended? Yes

    I really like this sucker -- I use one for my batch sparging process and another as a filter on the inside of my kettle's ball valve.

    My only caution is not to rely on this thing to be a cure-all problem to keeping pellet hop crap out of your fermenter. It will be clogged super easy if you haven't gotten all of the hop material to drop to the bottom of the kettle. Granted, this can somewhat be solved by scraping a sterilized spoon across it while the ball valve is open -- it's just a pain in the ass.
    4 of 5 | November 18, 2008 at 08:08 PM

    Price: $20.00

    Recommended? Yes

    i absolutely love the simplicity. It screws right into the threaded bulkhead i mounted on my keggle. Hasnt fallen apart yet but it slowly is becoming lose...only complaint.