Hi all, Attempted my first all grain BIAB yesterday - tried an oatmeal stout. I developed the recipe from all the recipes I've seen, and tweaked it based on the grains I had on hand. Couple of things went a bit wrong - most importantly, my OG was much lower than what it should have been - 1.036 instead of 1.057 (maybe cos I sparged? Is this complete brewer noobage? ) Secondly, the wort (right after mashing, before the boil) was extremely oily to the touch! Was a bit surprised...don't know if this is normal for the grain bill or something went very wrong. After the boil it has reduced significantly but there is still a slight oiliness to it. I mashed at 67 C for 60 mins, lost 10 degrees so mashed for another 15 mins. and then mash out for ten mins at 74 C. Grain bill: (8L batch. Mashed 2kg grain with 6L water, sparged with 2L. topped up to 9L for boil) Pale (Belgain) malt - 70% Crystal 55L - 5% Flaked oats - 16% Chocolate malt - 4.5% Roasted barley - 4.5% (I didn't mill this..don't know if this is bad as well) I'm sure me error is staring you in the face from my description above...but I need it to stare me in the face! Look forward to your expertise!