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Old 03-07-2013, 04:19 AM   #1
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Looking to build a small batch mash tun (2gallon). There are a few I'm looking at and one is taller and narrower, the other shorter and wider. Any benefit to one or the other when stirring, sparging, etc ? The wider one fits a 9inch pie sheet perfectly so want to go w that but everything I've seen online shows the taller version.


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I would think the short/wide one would be better for stirring, but the tall/narrow one would be better for the sparging?
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Try to get a 12 inch grain bed. No more than 18 inches. Good utilization, easy to stir and still enough filtering.
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