Pretty sure you're confusing a bunch of terms here.So the keggle then will boil the beer without boilover. After that, it is transferred to an MLT. Anyone have a good link to this process? I am wondering how long the wort stays in the MLT? And another million questions, so a link would be great. Thanks
Yes you are starting to get it but there is the sparging which comes between the mash and the boil. This is why you really need three vessels. Ideally 2 keggles and a cooler serving as mash tun. (Could be 3 keggles.)upon googling the past couple hours i am starting to get it. so the mash tun is a cooler drilled with a spigot on it? you can heat the water to add to the grains in the mash tun in the keggle? after you add the heated water into the mash tun (cooler with spigot) and wait and hour and drain (after vorlaufing), you add back to the keggle, add hops and start to boil?