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“Hello! I wanted to share my experience with not only the brew bag, but also the wonderful support from the company. I’ve been using the brew bag since the spring of 2013. About a year ago, I had finished mashing in and had placed the bag on the ground while I proceeded with the boil. A sneaky chipmunk must’ve smelled the delicious sweet grain, and proceeded to chew a hole in the bag and feast while I was busy tending to the boil. I contacted the people at brew bag, and they quickly sent out a patch to me to repair the bag. It’s been over a year, and several batches, and the bag is still going strong!
I can’t say enough how happy I’ve been with the brew bag. It’s won me numerous awards, including a Best in Show in New Jersey’s largest Homebrew competition of over 400 entries, Motown Mash. It has also helped me to win brewers choice in the Hudson Valley Competition just this past spring. Both beers were lagers, and brilliantly clear! I couldn’t be happier with the bag, or the wonderful support. Cheers to more winning brewing!”
American Homebrewers Association 1st Round 2019
Wood aged, fruit beer, and mixed fermentation sour fruit beer
Awesome beer news!!! I won a gold and silver for my sour beers in first round of the National Homebrew Competition and am moving to the finals in Rhode Island this summer!!!!
Love the brew bag! Here a few pics of our typical brew day. 12 gallon batches done in my 19 gallon pot. A couple beers ready for competition, Pilsner on the left hazy on the right. And proud brew dog Lennox showing off his hardware from the first 2 competitions.
Here's my brew bag in action, a photo of a tasty Munich Helles brewed in my bag, and some medals won in the last Music City Brew-Off!
Every winning batch — including two BOS’s — was made with a bag. My chickens enjoying spent grains from a Belgian Saison in progress. Their favorite treat!
George "Duke" Turner
Thought you'd like to know I scored a bronze medal (center purple ribbon!) in the brown and amber category of the National Homebrew Competition last year with a Kentucky Common done in your brew bag! Testament that you really don't all that fancy equipment to make award winning beer. Attached are pictures of my winnings - all with The Brew Bag.
I brought a friend over on Sunday for his first brew day. We used my brew bag and it made the process a lot easier. I don't have a lifting system set up yet, so I lifted the bag out of the mash tun while he used silicon bbq gloves to squeeze the bag, before we transferred it to the sparge pot.
A few years back I jumped straight into BIAB and now I can't imagine brewing any other way. Where was this 20 years ago!?! So easy, and the beer is amazing. Also... I've tried other bags- these are the BEST!!
I brew with The Brew Bag every time. Mostly traditional BIAB 5 gallon batches but an occasional batch sparge using the bag as a filter as well. I've found some success in competitions, recently taking a gold and a division win for a coconut stout. I even used a hop sock in the keg to hold a bunch of toasted, shredded coconut. Can't imagine ever doing a vorlauf again or worrying about properly setting the grain bed. Thanks for shortening my brew days and turning me on to the process of brew-in-a bag!
From the very beginning, Brew in a Bag was seen as an inferior way to brew. I remember this all the time whenever I happen to win a medal for one of my home brew beers. When I see others with their huge three vessel systems, I just think things don't need to be this complicated. The one thing I like the most about BIAB is the ability to crush my grains as fine as oatmeal. This is essentially the reason why BIAB produces such great results. I will always use BIAB. Cheers!
I have been using the BIAB method for about 5 years now. I started by sewing my own bag and while it worked, I never felt confident that it would hold up to 18 to 20 lbs of wet grain. I have no worries with The Brew Bag! Solid construction, hefty seams, and strap handles that makes it easy to lift and drain at the end of mashing. Using The Brew Bag, I have been able to produce some beautiful and tasty brews - even placed in a few home brew competitions this year! Thanks for such a great product!
Thanks to Joe and Jase for doing the heavy lifting today, brewing a chocolate vanilla porter that will be split into 3 different beers in secondary: cherry 🍒 for Joe, coffee ☕️ for Jase, and peanut butter 🥜 for me. This was also the first BIAB batch with my new 30 gallon kettle & The Brew Bag. It was the easiest brew day I’ve ever had, and wish I would have switched to BIAB sooner. I anticipated 70% efficiency but was over 80%, overshot my OG by 9 points!
This is an image me a typical brew day at my house. I have a BIAB that I use with my 10 gallon SS Brewtech Kettle: works like a charm! This session I was making single hop citra pale ale. I haven't entered this into a competition yet but I've had several people suggest that I do. I am very pleased with my BIABs. I own two bags: one that I use in my kettle and another I use for big beers in a cooler.
I have been Doug brew in a bag for 4 years. Recently started using your hop bags also. These pictures are for a Hop Burst IPA using 10 ounces of Cascade hops in late additions. Couldn’t do it without the hop socks!
Czech Pilsner for kids. 😝 OG 1.050 SRM 4. My little boy always love brewing with me. Easy peasy with the Brew Bag.
Great bag wouldn’t use any other one.
Love it...here a few photos for your wall of Fame! 1st photo, we had just gotten our new set up, second a I quilted a cover to keep brew warm see that we are steeping in the bag, and 3rd is a shot of us milling grains straight into the bag.
Thanks ~ Jenzard
Brewing 11 gallons of 9.25% ABV Peace With Corbn v. 2, a Belgian Dark Strong Ale!
See attached photos of recent SMaSH (2-row + Cascade) totaling 11 lbs. of grain. I've also recently posted a video of my entire process. https://youtu.be/Ih10ORAY_qw
I am submitting some pictures from an all grain BIAB 10 gallon batch brewed in September of 2018. It’s an IPA that came out to an ABV of 7.2%. The bag has taken everything I’ve thrown at it from 10lbs of grain to 30lbs. I love the ease of pulling the grain from the kettle with no mess! I hope these pictures are helpful. Enjoy!
My Christmas eve batches. A 20# grainbill for a golden strong @ 1.080 OG followed by second dunking partigyle baby beer @ 1.040 OG.
Old Ale brew evening. 21.5 lbs grist. I use a two pulley System to make it easier to lift.
Love my brew bag! It makes my brew days go a whole lot faster, and more efficient! So easy to throw my grain in the bag, and pull it right out when mashing is complete! Forget about sparging with this bag!
Haven’t won any awards just yet, but the attached picture is of an imperial coffee stout that is still aging as we speak! I’ll say I was given tons of advice to get some DME, sparge slow, or flat out told large grain bills result in low efficiency so just expect to miss your target. I had a grain bill of over 18 lbs. my target OG was 1.085, with all the info I received I was expecting to hit maybe 1.075 Instead I drained as usual, no slow sparge and boom hit 1.086!
Attached is a picture of my first ever BIAB brew day, draining my grain bill in my new Brew Bag. OG was 1.076 with a FG of 1.012. No adjustments to my grain crush for the BIAB. Clean up was super easy and I kicked myself for not moving to BIAB sooner. Two more batches so far under my belt with all my numbers hit right on the head. These bags are great!
Here we have a RIS, about 27# of fermentable, O.G. 1.080, F.G. 1.013, no awards but I love your product, it's the only bag I use to brew with. Thanks