Brewing With Total Confidence
Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General Brewing Discussions' started by jmac67%, Mar 15, 2019.
There's some truth in that....
Yep. It takes effort to get astringency from a batch sparge, so just use whatever is left over after mashing.
That's all I do, it typically ends up around half and half for mash in and sparge when I am sparging. Additionally I use hot tap water with a campden tablet and just sparge with that, works pretty good and saves a lot of time.
Thought I responded to this already, but guess not. That's plenty close IMO. You should be just fine.
One less step, same result, I'm down with it Jimmy!