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Old 04-08-2013, 06:29 PM   #31
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Thanks for your patronage, sale ends this evening at the conclusion of the NCAA final.

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Old 04-09-2013, 10:29 PM   #32
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Got my custom bag and a hop bag. Perfect fit and should work well. Hop bag should be more durable than the paint strainer bags I normally use for hops.


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Got my custom bag and a hop bag. Perfect fit and should work well. Hop bag should be more durable than the paint strainer bags I normally use for hops.
Glad to hear your bag fits well, haha. Yes the hop bags are sturdy and should last a long time.

We have recently added what we call the "Triple Play Combo", which is a BIAB bag, a Hop Bag, and a Ratchet Pulley. Discounted price is $28 plus $3 shipping.

details here... http://biabbags.webs.com/

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Old 04-10-2013, 02:22 AM   #34
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I recently saw a bag with four climbing carabiners (sp?) sewn to it, for use with a ratchet system. Could you do this? I always struggle tying the bag to the hook. Btw, I have 2 of your bags, they are great.
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Old 04-13-2013, 01:49 PM   #35
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I recently saw a bag with four climbing carabiners (sp?) sewn to it, for use with a ratchet system. Could you do this? I always struggle tying the bag to the hook. Btw, I have 2 of your bags, they are great.
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Yes, I am familiar with bag handles, the bag you referenced comes with nylon webbing attachment points, not the carabiners. I have considered adding handles to my product line, but don't feel they are worth the added expense. Bags with handles are $35 shipped, my bags are only $23 shipped, In my humble opinion an expense most are not looking for.

When I BIAB brew, I have no issues securing the bag to the ratchet pulley. I intend to post a bag hoisting tutorial soon on HBT as well as my site to clearly show the process I use.

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Old 04-13-2013, 02:41 PM   #36
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I've used your bag once, it works great....look at your bag on your website, first thing I think about are adult diapers....
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Very happy with this bag. Second time using it today, will last for several more batches at least. I ordered before the pulleys were being added, but here's mine atop my $5 BBQ grate dripping into my kettle after a mash out. 75% efficiency both times I've used this bag. Works great

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Very happy with the quality of the bag, looking forward to doing my first biab with it. It looks like it will hold up for many brews to come.

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