My question. I ordered and received a Blichmann 10G kettle.
My question, want to trade, mine is BIGGER.
I think it's fine, but overkill to get a Blichmann FB and it doesn't look like you can pull it after the mash. I would email John Blichmann, with any concerns; email@example.com
, I think.
Are you going to have a pulley?
I just lift my bag a little to clear the bag enough from the bottom via a pulley and secure with a cleat knot for a mash temperature adjustment (mostly for a step mash or mash out). If I don't do that, I will stand over the pot, partially lifting the bag with both hands and rock it side to side, set it back down, stir the grain, and repeat. I did that 4 times during my 90 mins mash (no sleeping bag, just al natural
), maybe twice, if during the summer.2/16/2013
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