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So stepped out of my comfort zone and into an All Grain BIAB set up. First brew i did was an Oatmeal stout. The mash took a couple of hours all in, but mostly waiting on a pot to boil . Anyways fermented , kegged and threw a few bottles together with the left over. Tried a bottle at 2 week which is early for a stout but hot damn was a tasty beer , will give it a few more weeks to get those flavors to blend and will be a top drop. Poured heavy so excessive head , but great colour and flavor

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18 minutes ago, Paul84 said:

So stepped out of my comfort zone and into an All Grain BIAB set up. First brew i did was an Oatmeal stout. The mash took a couple of hours all in, but mostly waiting on a pot to boil . Anyways fermented , kegged and threw a few bottles together with the left over. Tried a bottle at 2 week which is early for a stout but hot damn was a tasty beer , will give it a few more weeks to get those flavors to blend and will be a top drop. Poured heavy so excessive head , but great colour and flavor

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Awesome mate.

Ive got plenty of time and space these days so back to doing more on the stove.

Was thinking about a kettle but currently looking into a Braumeister because I love tech and wellmade things that you hopefully only buy once.

Dont @ me!!!

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12 hours ago, Dustin Frothman said:

Awesome mate.

Ive got plenty of time and space these days so back to doing more on the stove.

Was thinking about a kettle but currently looking into a Braumeister because I love tech and wellmade things that you hopefully only buy once.

Dont @ me!!!

You could think about BIAB (brew in a bag) using a urn. Iveused it for tin concoctions (eg Mr Beer cans etc, hop,crystal malt boil/steep etc).It is easy to clean, element is not exposed to the liquid and as a hot water urn for functions like Xmas. Adjustabletemp settings are quite accurate.

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Maxkon-Hot-Water-Boiler-Urn-Instant-Hot-Water-Dispenser-10L-15L-20L-Dual-Layer-/352982587413?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=705-154756-20017-0

Ps I bought the 10l one.

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12 hours ago, Captain 3 Droids said:

You could think about BIAB (brew in a bag) using a urn. Iveused it for tin concoctions (eg Mr Beer cans etc, hop,crystal malt boil/steep etc).It is easy to clean, element is not exposed to the liquid and as a hot water urn for functions like Xmas. Adjustabletemp settings are quite accurate.

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Maxkon-Hot-Water-Boiler-Urn-Instant-Hot-Water-Dispenser-10L-15L-20L-Dual-Layer-/352982587413?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=705-154756-20017-0

Ps I bought the 10l one.

I am also considering something like that or a Digiboil.

How do you find the plastic tap on yours or did you upgrade it to a ball-lock and barb configuration?

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