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The 56 litre mash tun/lauter tun/brew-pot all ready to go.
The grill in place to keep the BIAB bag off the base of the vessel.
All fired up and rearing to go.
Ready for the weigh in.
Whilst the Mill waits patiently.
Until it's job is done. Not a bad looking crush, if I do say so myself.
A watched kettle never boils.
Boy those Nelson Sauvin hop pellets smell sweet. The bed of Cascade hasn't got a chance.
Unfortunately the wind got up so I had to move everything inside.
Almost at the boil.
Time for a glass of my 'Instant Cider' (but that's another story).
Temperature's falling, almost finished.
I extracted 120ml of Wort prior to the boil to get a pre-boil S.G. and to use as a starter for the US-05. After around 90 minutes it's already champing at the bit to get it's teeth into the full brew.
All that's left now is the clean-up. What a day. Luckily (apart from the wind) everything went like clockwork and I can't wait to taste the results. My thanks to Steve Plowman for recipe pointers and to Reviled for BIAB tips.