I just read a post that dick kindly wrote here in the My First Post! - Post here to become Fully Registered thread.
You often see questions on other forums as to what materials are good for BIAB. Brewers ask whether they are food-safe, at what temps they melt, how long they last etc, etc.
dick always does great posts and I am hoping he will post here but if anyone else has any feedback on BIAB bag materials they have used or are using, please free to let us know how they have or are working for you.
The original bag I had my pensioner neighbour sew up for me about four years ago* is still going strong and is now used by another brewer. This, and my current two bags show no sign of wear. They are all of polyester but I hear of some brewers doing well with natural fibres such as cotton so it would be great to hear from them.
* The rumour that my neighbour sewed up my BIAB bag purely in exchange for sexual favours is totally false
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