I'm planning a Berliner Weissbier in the next week or so and wanted to see what everyone things of this possible plan.
I normally do BIAB, but for this I am thinking about using my 5 Gallon drink cooler and do an overnight mash, using my Bag with as much water as I can get with the grain bill (haven't done the calculations yet). Then the next day get the rest of whatever makes the full volume of water up to Mash out temps, and doing a dunk of my bag, then adding the rest of the wort from the cooler.
I'm thinking I may get a bit more complex wort (though not technically sour) from the overnight mash. Then I can do a quick dunk and get the boil going for 15mins making a really quick brewday. Going to pitch lacto give it a couple of days then pitch my yeast.
Mainly doing this because my weekends are packed for a while so trying to figure out a way to get a quick brew in, and even if the temp drops a little low on the overnight mash, I think this brew will be ok with that.
Anyone see anything that they think is a horrible Idea with this approach?