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Trizzle 01-24-2013 08:29 PM

Partial mash help
 
SO I'm showing a friend how to brew. I usually all grain but I'm showing him how to partial and of course with the grains, I have no grain bag!!! Any ideas??!!

PatDunkel 01-24-2013 09:26 PM

Are you using your AG equipment or his? You can steep the grains in your mash tun just like in all grain brewing. If you aren't using a tun, you could pass it through a colander after steeping.

Pat

thaworm69 01-24-2013 09:35 PM

How clean are you're socks? ;) I actually read today on a website that you can mash the grains in a pot on the stove and strain them out in a colander or strainer and sparge them after. Not sure how much grain you are talking about. I have also never tried this. Good luck! The link might give you an idea

http://www.northernbrewer.com/learn/partial-mash-walkthrough/

DRonco 01-24-2013 09:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by thaworm69 (Post 4822633)
How clean are you're socks? ;) I actually read today on a website that you can mash the grains in a pot on the stove and strain them out in a colander or strainer and sparge them after. Not sure how much grain you are talking about. I have also never tried this. Good luck! The link might give you an idea

http://www.northernbrewer.com/learn/partial-mash-walkthrough/

^ This! ^ I haven't taken the leap to AG yet but this works great for specialty and partial mash grain.
Edit: I use a pasta stainer then dump the liquor through a double mesh stainer right into my BK


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