Originally Posted by BrewinHog
... Also, it said to add 10.94 quarts for the mash in. Do you round up to 11? I have no way to measure to that exact amount. ...
Yes - just round everything off. I figure my mash and sparge water to the nearest quart and go with that. I usually round them up to insure that I get enough wort in the kettle. In this case, close enough is good enough.
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