The Brew Bag for Keggles - Designed for no sparge Brew In A Bag

Regular price $ 30.00

You can now use the brew in a bag method with your keggle! This bag fits American Sanke kegs with at least an 11" opening.

Features of The Brew Bag for Keggle's

  • Use again and again - not a throw-away bag
  • 2" loops for lifting either by hand or with a pulley and hook
  • Holds over 100 pounds of grain
  • Use it as your hop bag - but it must be suspended above the kettle bottom
  • We encourage the use of a plate chiller - the most efficient cooling option
  • Will not catch on the "lip" of the keggle
  • Smooth seams on the interior enable quick cleaning
  • All strapping intersections are reinforced with "X" stitching
  • 1" polypropylene straps cover the seams and bear the strain on every use - this bag will last and last
  • Hand wash and drip dry

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Customer Reviews

Based on 67 reviews
It Works

Been an extract brewer for years, avoiding all grain because I didn't need more equipment and stuff sitting around the house, I thought it would take more time also. The bag was one very small extra piece of equipment and the process takes no more time because I did partial mash brewing anyway, so already spent an hour steeping the specialty grains. My first couple brews came out great, a little light body until I get the mash temperature controlled properly. My first Pilsner finally had the nice light color and grainy character that I could never quite get even with extra light DME. At this point I'm messing around trying to increase efficiency and temperature control but the bag does what it says, I'm liking it so far.


90/10 Means 90 Ranking for 'The Brew Bag' worked great!!! 10 Ranking on the brew gloves.They were worthless, cheap, badly made, unusable, cracked, malformed pieces of garbage!!! BUT The Brew Bag worked just fine and dandy without the gloves!!!

Fairly durable but did not last a full year of brews.

I've got a few holes on the bottom of the bag now so it has become useless. The first things to fail on the bag were the loops to hoist the grain out. I was able to deal with that problem but now with multiple holes on the bottom of the bag grain just falls out when I try to remove the bag. It lasted just under a year of use brewing about 2x a month on average.

You're the first to tell us that the straps failed - we have no idea how unless they were melted, which of course would not be a fault of the material. That strapping can hold 200 + pounds. Regarding the holes in the bottom - ease up on the mash paddle and you won't damage the bag.
Ripped on second brew.

Bag ripped during second brew day.

Ron - sorry that your bag was damaged. We send patch material for free and if you send us a few photos we'll be happy to help you discover the source of the problem.
So far so good

Only used once so far, but worked like a charm. I have a 3 keggle system and like the efficiency of a finely ground grist. This would sometimes clog the HERMS line/pump/fittings. We simply lined the mash tun with the bag to act as a giant filter. Mashing out is quicker with the ability to hoist the bag and compress the grains and it makes cleanup a heck of a lot easier too! Seems robust enough if you don't rip it on the keg rim or with a paddle.