Hello, I'm very new to brewing with 2 completed brews under my belt, both one gallon all-grain recipes. I would like to mash and brew in the same kettle, but was wondering if I could use several small grain bags for my mash (I don't want to commit to BIAB due to low efficiency). If I have 1.8-2.5 lbs of milled grain in multiple small bags (about 8"x8") and mash at 150F for an hour, could I lift and place the bags into a strainer over the brew kettle, and then sparge and recirculate over them like normal? Would the size of the bags limit the amount of sugar extracted from the grain? Again, I'm very new and trying to find a process that works best for me and my small space/equipment thank you so much!