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    adding spices to a barrel -- tea ball?

    We're looking into adding some spices to a barrel aged beer. Would prefer to be able to fish them out easily. What are people using as far as like a tea ball or tea cylinder strainer for spices? And does anybody make a bung that has a loop on the bottom for suspending a tea infusion type device?

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    Nylon bag

    Hey man.

    Just use a nylon bag with a sanitized weight in it (stainless fitting or something)
    works fine and easy to pull out. Most of the bags have a good 12 inch drawstring on them, so no need to even add additional line to it.
    Dave Witham
    Founder/Brewmaster
    Proclamation Ale Company

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