- Dec 19, 2015
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I received an article in my email from Craft Beer & Brewing called "The Battle of the BrewBots." I'm not personally that interested in automated brewing because I like being involved in all the steps ... hell I'd do my own malting if I could! BUT, I ran across this sentence, describing the BEERMKR machine: "Automatically brings your mash up to temperature in an extended step mash. This hits all of the enzyme activation temperatures along the way and produces 80% efficient mashes on average." I thought, well now that's different. So, hive mind: is there any advantage to this? Like, should I just heat my mash from room temp. up to mash temp and not worry about calculating strike temp?