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Old 09-30-2013, 04:31 PM   #1
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Default Any bags to avoid for grain/partial mash?

My local hardware store has quite a few paint strainer bags.... couple of them seem to be a very different in composition. Do you guys doing bag or partial mash brewing have a favorite type? Brands to avoid?


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I have used the Home Depot bags (I split grain bill between 2 bags to save on my arms/back), and with the exception of scorching a hole in a bag that I let sit on the bottom of my brew kettle as I turned up heat to mash out, they have been fine.
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