[I wrote a post here a few weeks back which hashie thought should have its own thread. Until now though I couldn't work out how to title and word it. I hope I have got it somewhat right hashie. Here you go ...]
I often think there is not enough talk on the annoying, complex or time-consuming aspects of brewing. We often concentrate on unimportant things such as increasing efficiency by 1% instead of looking at the things that really cost us like poor equipment or the labour-intensive activities such as cleaning, sanitisation and liquid transfers.
BIAB is a simple solution, with no lack in quality, to all-grain brewing (it reduces the vessels from three to one.) It's "extract efficiency" is somewhere between batch and fly-sparging. In other words, it is excellent. Surely we can do the same in other areas of brewing?
So, what things in brewing cost you time or frustrate you?
To get the ball rolling, I am going to do another two posts immediately after this* that show some clever solutions I stumbled across in the last week to some common problems.
I have a heap of things I don't have an answer to (and a few others I do) but I'll post them later if the thread develops okay.
*Excuse the consecutive posts but on this forum, you can change the subject of your post and I think this makes it easier for others to search on. To do this, once you have posted, click on edit and then change the subject title. Hope no one minds me doing this.
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Last edited by PistolPatch on 30 Jul 2010, 21:15, edited 9 times in total.
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