Anybody else have a problem with their false bottom collapsing? I'm mashing right now and I just had to pour the mash out, pop the false bottom back to normal and continue. I am using a 12" stainless false bottom in a keggle. It is the kind that is taller in the center and where the "crease" is collapses and lifts the edge up allowing grain to go right underneath it. Anyone have a fix for this? I was thinking that I may be able to turn it upside down but I'm not sure if it will be far enough away from the bottom of the keggle.