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Old 09-24-2008, 01:31 PM   #11
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THAT is what I was wondering. would you suggest I stick the thermometer into the center of the grain?? I'm thinking I was taking the temp of the water. The water continued to heat but most of the grain bubble was in it's own environment (like the penguins in a storm in March of the Penguins).

The surrounding water was 170 but the inside of the grain was 155-160.
oh, the temperature of the water doesn't matter at all. It's the temperature of the mash that you monitor. I thought that is what we were talking about.

What do you mean by grain bubble? The grain should be absolutely thoroughly soaked through. If in a grain bag, it should be very loose in the bag, not packed at all, so the water can move through it.


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Old 09-24-2008, 04:04 PM   #12
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It does not sound like you stirred the mash well? Grain bubble???
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