Originally Posted by Yuri_Rage
Once more, a round of applause. I love your setup, and it's obvious that you've refined the process.
I was going to critique the O2 bubbles, but it seems we've been through that!
Now, if only I could brew a 10+ gallon AG beer in under 7 minutes...
I have it down to about
Roll out the brew rig, attach hose, gas & electric. fill MT & HLT, weigh and mill grain.60 minutes
Dough in and mash30 minutes
Sparge and transfer wort to BK (I start heating as soon as there is a few gallons in the kettle)60 minutes
Boil clean up of MT and misc. Sanitize fermenter etc.45 minutes
Chill, transfer to fermenter, aerate & pitch30-45 minutes
Clean up the rest and putting it away depends on how much I did during the boil, alot of the time I get it boiling nice and head back in the house to check out HBT and forgo the MT cleaning till the end. Have I mentioned that I love foam control drops