Beer Plate Filter Pads (Fine) - 2 Pack

Beer Plate Filter Pads (Fine) - 2 Pack

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Clean up your beer and give it that sparkling clarity you see in commercial brews. Filtering removes yeast and dry-hop sediment, both of which can impart off flavors. It's also a great way to give your beer that extra edge in competition.
This two-pack of filter pads are for use with our FIL45 series of plate filters.
Polish pads will provide between 1-2 Micron filtration.
Item # FIL47
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Weight 0.15 LBS
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Need these for the plate kit.
Michael Benoit on Jan 1, 2021
Just inherited a plate filter
Skyler B on Jun 7, 2020
Need these for the plate kit.
Michael Benoit on Jan 1, 2021
making wine and cider
Thomas R on Jul 8, 2020
Just inherited a plate filter
Skyler B on Jun 7, 2020
Need polishing filters
Valued C on Jan 21, 2020
See above.
Valued C on Dec 4, 2019
Need pads
Kenneth B on Oct 17, 2019
goes with filter
David T on Sep 10, 2019
Carl E on Jun 6, 2019
Beer filtering (extra pads).
Kyle Heon on Jun 3, 2019
Need for final stage of filtering
James H G on Apr 26, 2019
Fits filter I ordered
Anthony L on Jan 16, 2019
For best clarity
Derek on Sep 15, 2018
for a clear wine
Isahunter on Aug 7, 2018
it matches the filter housing you sold us ;)
Accounts P on Jul 3, 2018
used these before and like them
RONALD Y on Jun 6, 2018
making wine and cider
Thomas R on Jul 8, 2020
Need polishing filters
Valued C on Jan 21, 2020

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Rated 4 out of 5
wine filter pad
This pad gives a clear finish and good flow through with minimal leaking.
September 14, 2020
8 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great Filters
These babes works!! makes the beer look great. Great price for great quilty filter.
May 26, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5
Work great
Amazing how much "stuff" these will pull out of your beer. Takes the chill haze out and leaves you with nice crystal clear beer.
May 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5
This is a quality filter
I like these filters. They do a great job in clearing up your beer. I would caution that these particular ones (polish) do not do as well with lots of particles and thicker beers. You can run it through one of the coarser filters first if need be. Otherwise, stick to lighter beers.
May 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
Works great in certain cituations
The polishing filter will give you a crystal clear beer but does strip flavor and aroma from IPA's. I only use this on american lagers and pilsners.
May 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
Profesional results
This works great, easy to use, and excelent results. After cold crash I just use the polish pads and the beer is crystal clear.
May 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
Clean clear beer
If you want to have clean clear beer without waiting for gravity to take effect, these are for you. Make sure the yeast has dropped out before using or they will clog quickly.
May 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5
Nice product but there are some drawbacks.
Overall this is a very nice product. I have filtered beer in two different ways in the past. I started with the aquarium style filter, but I was not satisfied with how much beer seemed to be wasted in the process and the fact that the filter leaked no matter what I did. So, I switched to the plate filter product for which this pad is used. I definitely prefer the plate filter to the aquarium style filter. I ended up just using the aquarium style filter to carbon filter (dechlorinate) my brewing water from the hose - which it does well.

The plate filter does a great job filtering the beer. It comes out brilliantly clear. It also works well to filter the yeast out of ciders that you want to back-sweeten to avoid possible secondary fermentations. This way you mechanically remove the yeast and don't have to add chemicals to kill the yeast (if you're into that kinda thing).

However, a word of caution:

For awhile I had gotten really into filtering my beer. I loved the brilliantly clear character that filtration offered and made the beers look professional. However, I have noticed that filtering the beer does (at least in my hands) reduce head retention. The beer ends up heading a bit during the filtration process and once these proteins are used for heading, they don't come back. Also, if you are filtering very hoppy beers, some of the hoppiness (likely from filtering out polyphenols) is filtered out. I have started doing experiments with clarifying agents (gelatin to knock down the yeast followed by PolyClar do knowdown some of the haze from polyphenols) to clear the beer without stripping as much of the head potential and hop character. I have had early success with this technique and I plan to employ it again in the near future on a recent batch of IPA.

I would say that if making a beer that is supposed to be very clear - Pilsner for example, ciders - then the filter works great. I stopped using it on my IPA's though.
May 2, 2013