BIAB Electric Brewing System




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Kenneth Ryckeley: Could the spray inlet be swapped for a simple whirlpool recirc as in your 3 vessel system allowing for people to stir to their hearts content? Also I have concerns for hop utilization in a bag, is there any way to use a fine enough bag to allow the hops to be free floating?

D Noss: Wouldnt the sprinkler head aerate the wort?

Steven Rogers: why do you need a hop bag? How would free floating hops interfere with the heating element?

BrewTaku: One thing I like about this system is the ability to brew indoors but I'm wondering about all the steam from a 90 minute 6 or 7 gallon boil indoors. Any concerns or suggestions about excess moisture inside the house?

HighGravityBrew: The 44 and 62 quart version have a rim at the top that prevents the basket from sitting on the bottom leaving a space to place the heating element. The 82 quart version has feet on the bottom of the basket lifting it off the bottom.

BrewTaku: Thanks for the info. Thankfully I have a ceiling fan in my kitchen and I have been thinking of buying a dehumidifier anyway so I think this should work for me. I think I'll be ordering soon!!!

Luke Crouch: Questions: Could you do this with EBC II? How do you keep the heating element from scorching the grains? How do you sparge?

Dene McDonald: My efficiency is usually 79%, no sparge and standard crush from the LHBS. Don't do anything special, but I do step mash and stir lots.

yambor44: Does the basket just sit on the element or is there something in the pot preventing that?

Ryan ODonnell: Nice system! I was curious about the spray nozzle on the liquidin. Does it ever get clogged, or does the bag ever get clogged and suck all the liquid from under the grainbag?

HighGravityBrew: Yay!

Matt Chelf: stealth, I do BIAB and my efficiencies are regularly between 75%-80%. One thing you need to remember is that you need to crush your grains much finer than your traditional AG crush. Mine is almost flour-like. This will increase your BIAB efficiency...

HighGravityBrew: Tim, 70% is GREAT for a BIAB. The only suggestion I would have it to possibly crush the grain twice and squeeze the bag to get all the wort possible out of it. Those are the most common suggestions that I've seen. Honestly though, 70% is very good. In fact, getting much more than that even with a traditional 3-tier system runs the risk of pulling "bad stuff" from the grains.

chromatic.death: Want!

itsthedrewshow: I do BIAB all the time, and my efficiencies are never lower than 75%. often above 80%.

John Tomaszewski: This system seems very similar to the streamlined Braumeister from our out-of-the-country friends...

HighGravityBrew: That can be an issue. We turn on the ceiling fans and crack a few windows. Our first time brewing electric indoors was quite comical. The walls started to collect water and drip down the wall (we were doing a 10 gallon batch with 13 gallons boiling. I joked that after a few more batches the walls would be clean! Opening the windows made a significant difference.

HighGravityBrew: Thanks! We love it. Now we can brew in the store!

tj harlow: I just did my first All Grain BIAB and got 70%. Any tips on getting in the 75 to 80 range?

HighGravityBrew: Sorry it took so long to respond. I wasn't getting notified when someone posted.

tj harlow: Thanks... just see a lot of guys getting close to 80% with BIAB so I was wondering. appreciate the tip.

Ric West: BIAB doesn't mean lower efficiency. I get 75-80% regularly. With BIAB if using a Voile bag you can crush the grains much finer than you would with a traditional 3 vessel system since there is no such thing as a stuck sparge. Also don't forget to squeeze the grain bag to get every drop of sweet wort. There's no need to worry about extracting tannins by doing it.

stealthfixr: I think part of the deal with BIAB is that you do not sparge--part of the reason the efficiency is lower, but it is also simpler. You can Mash Out with the heting element.

Boss Hawg: Nice concept
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BIAB Electric Brewing System 5 out of 5

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