Originally Posted by dieharduscfan
Sorry for asking but what is E-BIAB? I'm new to homebrewing (only brewed 2 batches so far) so I'm trying to catch up on all of the acronyms. I'm in Ballentine/Whiterock area.
I think the 'E' stands for extract. The BIAB stands for 'brew in a bag'.
Three types of brewing include extracts where the malt is already made. Most kits are extracts.
Partial mash means extracts and some steeped/mashed grains, and are more labor intensive. This is what 'E-BIAB' is I'm thinking.
All Grain brewing is the most complicated and equipment intensive, but at least you have total control of mashing grain to get up to 85-90% of the malt from the grains.