Kegco Stainless Steel Cold Brew Coffee Filter Basket for 10 Gallon Brew Pots

Model: XMB-10
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  • Kegco's XMB-10 Cold-Brew Coffee Filter is the easiest way to brew a large 6 gallon batch of coffee
  • Durable, food-grade 304 stainless steel construction is resistant to oxidation and corrosion
  • Fine 84 micron, 200 mesh design offers the same level of filtration as a standard coffee filter
  • Features a removable handle and clean seams that make cleaning and sanitation fast and simple
  • Four sturdy stainless steel feet create space at the bottom of the pot for drainage

Introducing the Kegco Brew Basket

Thanks to Kegco's XMB-10 Coldbrew Coffee Filter Basket, it is now easier than ever to start a new cold-brew coffee business or add a new beverage option for guests and customers. Perfect for use with Kegco's stainless steel brew kettles or your own stock pot, this brew basket is the easiest way to make a 6 gallon batch of coffee.

What is it made of?

This durable 84 micron, 200 mesh stainless steel coffee filter has been constructed from 304 grade stainless steel with clean seams and spot-welding for easy cleaning and sanitation, ensuring that your cold-brew coffee will be as healthy as it is delicious.

Why use this basket?

The convenient handle makes it easy to take the filter out of the pot when you're done brewing, and it can be easily removed to make clean-up a snap. Four sturdy stainless steel feet create space at the bottom of the pot for drainage.

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Can this be used for all grain brewing as brew in a bag?
by Jeff on August 28, 2019
Yes you could use that for grain.
by Dave on September 06, 2019
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Whats the max amount of grain this will hold?
by Vic on December 20, 2019
It depends on your grist ratio, or how much water per pound of grain, at 1 qt per pound you can fit around 25 lbs of grain, this would be a very thick mash though. We mash around 1.5 qts per pound and expect it to hold close 19 lbs of grain. This is at 80% capacity, to allow room at the top of the kettle for a fly sparge.

Let me know if you have further questions.
by Anthony on December 27, 2019
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