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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Bag Drying Rack?

I like to save the mylar bags that hops come in for re-use.

I rinse these out with some PBW solution and let them dry.  Then I use one of a couple techniques to reseal hops in these with a FoodSaver.

Recently, I started using a drying rack of sorts to make this process easier.

They do make racks specifically for this purpose, but I did not like the tree designs that I found and most are wooden, which I'm not crazy about.  Also, most are in the $20 range.  I only had $8.01 to spend on this project, so I ended up settling on a baby bottle drying rack.

That's right... The Munchkin Deluxe Drying Rack!  You're not going to see baby items on Homebrew Finds often, so if you've been looking for that you had better enjoy this post.

How the manufacturer intended it to be used-
How I use it-

It works pretty well as a bag drying rack.  It has two sizes of prongs and a flat area to lay small parts and pieces.

Munchkin Deluxe Drying Rack - $8.01 Free Shipping with $25 Order

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2 comments:

  1. Nice! My wife just shakes her head when I use stuff like this for homebrewing. :)

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  2. That's great. I do the same thing with mine, more often for drying bottles before bottling.

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