Mash Methods

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  1. jeffpn

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    Are the differences between these different mash methods explained anywhere in website? I tried the Search Site function, but it gave results outside of this website, tens of thousands of hits. I’d like to know what all of those methods mean. At a minimum, I’d like to know what I should select if I have a bucket of hot water suspended over the mash, with the water slowly draining into the mash, and wort slowly draining out of the mash. Which method would that be?
     

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    You're describing a fly (continous) sparge.

    I thought we had it described in the FAQ, but didn't see it when I looked. I'll find out where the explanations are, and if they've gone I will work to replace them. Thanks for the heads up!
     
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