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Old 01-03-2012, 01:17 AM   #11
Dec 2008
NE Texas, Texas
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I just did my first all grain batch right before Christmas, and I used a sanitized 5 gallon paint strainer bag from home depot. Put it in the plastic fermenter, poured contents of kettle into fermenter, and raised bag up bringing with it most of the stuff I didn't think needed to be in the fermenter. This method works pretty good if using a plastic fermenter.

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