Smoked Collagen Casings 32mm

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Our Smoked Collagen Casings 32mm is ideal for making smoked sausages and Bratwurst. These casings are popular for smoked sausages because they can withstand the smoking process without bursting. The smoking imparts flavor to the casing and the sausage itself.

This casing is used for fresh sausage only. These casings are pleated into strands that can be unfurled and placed on  1/2″ or 3/4″ stuffing tube.

Fresh collagen casings are thin and tender and virtually adhere to the meat after they are stuffed. Made from the hide of cattle, edible. Keep refrigerated.

Smoked Collagen Casings 32mm Product Details:

  • Edible
  • Ideal for smoked sausages and Bratwurst
  • Size:  32mm (1 ¼”)
  • Total length of casings: 74 feet
  • Use with  1/2″ or 3/4″ stuffing tube
  • Stuffing capacity per package: 36 lbs.*
  • Strand collagen casings should never be wetted or soaked
  • Keep refrigerated

    Additional information

    Weight 0.3 lbs

    41 reviews for Smoked Collagen Casings 32mm

    1. Dusty (verified owner)

      I’ve been using Sausage Maker collagen casings for years and find them very easy to work with and they give nice results for our wild hog stewing sausage.

    2. Scott Ney (verified owner)

      Highly recommend. ..

    3. Fred Jaeger (verified owner)

      I have used a lot of hog casing, this is new to me it goes on really easy and it’s uniform

    4. Anthony Becampis (verified owner)

      Received everything ordered.

    5. Paul Sheffler (verified owner)

      A bargain.

    6. alan penfield (verified owner)

      Worked great

    7. John Steele (verified owner)

      Already used them no problem with casings

    8. Anonymous (verified owner)

      These casing held up in my smoker very well

    9. PHIL BREIGHNER (verified owner)

      Had no trouble with breaking or splitting out however had to use twine for linking cannot twist. Will use again.

    10. Lawrence Guck (verified owner)

    11. Randy clayton (verified owner)

    12. Tom (verified owner)

      Quick, easy and quality products at good prices.

    13. Anonymous (verified owner)

    14. chris andrews (verified owner)

      Haven’t used yet

    15. Carol Hebert (verified owner)

    16. Charles Schmidt (verified owner)

      Easy navigation on website, ordered same at good price and they were sent out and arrived quickly. Worked great, will definitely buy again when future needs dictate

    17. Dale Render (verified owner)

      The casings worked great shipping was reasonable and quick.

    18. john hashagen (verified owner)

      Used for our smoked Polish Kielbasa great product

    19. Arne Wilppone (verified owner)

    20. Dean Shirley (verified owner)

      Have not had a chance to try these yet

    21. Dempsy Winans (verified owner)

      I’ve used these a couple of times making beef sausage and they worked perfectly. Good on my venison with green chili sausage, too. Much easier to deal with than pig casings since there is no flushing of “stuff” out of them or anything like that. They’re made from beef hide scrapings that are molded into tubes so it’s “all beef” and no chemicals or fillers.

    22. Candran Webb (verified owner)

      Collagen casings were great. Everybody loves them!

    23. Tabitha Dowling (verified owner)

      Held up good while stuffing it. I think I might have overstuffed it since the casing pealed from the venison brats I made when I cooked them. Don’t think anything was wrong with the casings itself.

    24. lance criswell (verified owner)

      Great products but very slow service.

    25. Terry Todd (verified owner)

    26. Candran Webb (verified owner)

      A great choice for our smoked sausage

    27. Harry Hladun (verified owner)

    28. John Schreck (verified owner)

      A little difficult to work with and you need to cut the piece small enough to get it onto your Funnel extension as you can not load the entire piece unless your Funnel is different that mine.

    29. Paul Tucker (verified owner)

      I have been buying products from Sausage Maker for many years and very much enjoy the collagen casings, which are perfect for the type of sausage I make. Very satisfied customer.

    30. Mike A.K.A Rancid Meat Sausage Shop (verified owner)

      Will know the outcome when my pepperoni is done drying to 35% weight loss.

    31. Paula Jordan (verified owner)

    32. adolph koenig (verified owner)

      easy shoping-price is right

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    37. Kenneth Sweeney (verified owner)

      Always like ordering from Sausagemaker but for what ever reason this order was not shipped out in a timely manner.

    38. George Yashenko (verified owner)

      I will definitely use this product again.

    39. Rex Hester (verified owner)

      will order some more soon

    40. Chris Gregorsky (verified owner)

      Works great

    41. George Bacha (verified owner)

      haven’t use yet,but they look great

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    Questions and answers of the customers

      Will these casings be twisted to link sausage together?
    1. 0 votes
      Q Will these casings be twisted to link sausage together? answer now

      Hi Steve,

      I asked our kitchen specialist and he said collagen casings will be very hard to link together like that with a twist. He said they can rip if you twist them, it would work better if you do a longer sausage then twist, rather than shorter.

      Natural hog or sheep casings work best for twisting to make links :)

    2. can these ben used for hanging in the smokehouse
    3. 0 votes
      Q can these ben used for hanging in the smokehouse answer now

      Yes, all SMOKED and MAHOGANY casings are intended for use in the smoker

    4. What is the source of all your various collagen casings? Bovine, Porcine...?
    5. 0 votes
      Q What is the source of all your various collagen casings? Bovine, Porcine...? answer now

      Bovine. Thank you Ed for asking.