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Keep your hops and other additive out of your brew with this 400 micron stainless steel filter! Hops, trub and spices in beer can clog up ball valves and drainage systems, and can lead to an inordinate amount of particulate matter making its way to the primary fermenter, where it can cloud beer and cause issues when bottling or kegging. Make sure it never makes it to the primary with this brew filter! Essentially a 4" x 10" basket that hangs on the edge of your brew kettle, this ingenious device acts as a hop spider to keep hops out of your brew, or in the case of spiced ales, can keep spices and bits of dried fruit peel out as well! A lifesaver if running your wort through plate or counterflow chillers, it can also be used as a recirculation filter. Handcrafted in the U.S.A.! Keep all the gunk from getting out of the brew kettle with this handy stainless steel brew filter!

  • Basket measures 4 x 10 in. making it perfect for kettles of 10 gallons or less
  • Hangs directly on the side of your existing pot
  • Stainless steel construction
  • 400 Micron mesh screen
  • Made in the U.S.A.
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Great items as described
And very fast service especially during the holidays
Dec 26, 2016  |  By Jon Szostak