Well, while brewing my AG cream ale, my fly sparging that was suppose to take 10 min. Actually took 30 min. How is this going to effect my brew
Probably make it better.
No beer is too good for right now.
it'll probably be a little stronger, as you extracted more sugar from it. congrats
1: Smoked porter
3: Dilligaff Brown
Fermenting: Yeti RIS
Bottled: Berry Wine
So would my OG change ?
The only downside that I know of to a slower fly sparge is that it takes more time. If anything, you may get a little bit better efficiency with the slower sparge.
yes, more sugar equals higher og
As you can tell I'm new to brewing and just want to know what to expect. Thinner beer perhaps ?
No. Probably thicker if anything. If you are fky sparging, it should take longer than 10min in my opinion.
by thinner do you mean watered down? if so then no because you are using the same amount of water just rinsing the grain slower