This is my first all-grain/biab brew day. Everything went pretty well except for my mash temp.
My strike temperature was 162, and I was suposed to mash at 154. Once all grain was in the pot, temperature was 152 so I put the pot back on the flame, the water temperature didn't change so I start strirring after 1 minute. And then boom, grains was probably keeping all the heat (I know, I should have thought about it), my temperature has raised to around 165. I was not able to bring it down below 158 in the first 20 minutes.
I completed the mash at around 150F. My OG is perfect but I think that will make the wort less fermentable.
Is there any happy endings despite a too high mash temperature ?