Bazooka Screen

$11.99 $7.19

5.00 out of 5

In stock

SKU: BZ Categories: , Brand:

12″ Stainless Steel Screen tube with 1/2″ NPT Stainless fitting.
Heavy duty multi-purpose mash/boil screen made from 304 stainless
16 mesh.
They fit the inside of all of our ball valve conversions and can be used in the mash as a false bottom
or in the boil to filter out whole hops (not recommended for use when boiling pellet hops)

See also our own All Stainless Cooler Conversion Kit
and our Kettle Conversion Kit

Note: Zymico has gone out of business as of September ’09. These new screens (The “Torpedo” Screen)
are of equal or better quality compared to the now defunct Bazooka Screens. Specs are the same.

Weight 1.01 lbs
Dimensions 3 x 3 x 3 in

2 reviews for Bazooka Screen

  1. 5 out of 5


    For at least 10-15 brews we have struggled with hot & heavy grain bags, well I say we, I really mean my brew buddy. I wish we’d bought this when I converted the cooler, but we were doubters. This saves:A) time B) energy C) burning your hands. Mixed our grain with some rice hulls and the grain bed was perfect, it ran well and the sparge was pain free. Ft’s a very sturdy tube and 10lbs of grain did not crush it, I reckon you could get away with 20lbs and it would be fine. I would give some info on the cooler etc, but our cooler is so so old I have no idea, it sits around an inch from the bottom, as that’s where the outlet is and about an inch from the other side (it’s a circular cooler). We had to update the coupling as we had a 3/8 on there, so we just replaced the 3/8 with a 3/8 to 1/2 sleeve.

  2. 5 out of 5


    First off I want to mention that this isn’t the same screen as the standard DIY braided steel hose one that you can make. It is a stainless steel screen. It is very sturdy and can support weight. I have a rectangular 54qt Igloo cooler that I installed it in (I was worried it’d be too short) and it takes up about 2/3 or so of the length (with the ball valve coupler installed). Because of the height of the drain in my cooler it needs to be tilted in order to drain all of the liquid. Not the fault of the screen, just a note. Also there could be air bubbles in your screen when filling it with liquid. To get rid of the air, just tap the ball valve or even the cooler itself. Less air means faster flow, just a note.

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