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I also wants to share my experience with this device (Lauter grant). Actually I am chemical engineer and working in brewery designing company. Advantages of Lauter grant: It acts as buffer tank between lauter tun and wort kettle. It gives positive suction to transfer pump (full flow) Main advantage of later grant is: it avoid choking bed. as it avoid ...


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Very high gravities of Wort (malt water) can be achieved in a mash (never "boil" grains). Super high if a reiterated mash process is used. So sugars in wort isn't a concern for your system. Your mash should have a water grain ratio of 1.25 quarts per pound of grain. For a good balance of protein / sugar extraction. There is a much larger range of ratios ...


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There is a max threshold for how much malt derived sugar will dissolve in water, but that' isn't the factor to be concerned with as its much higher than what you'd get with malt alone. The thing to worry about is that with less water you extract less from the grains themselves. Not a conversion or solubility issue, but a rinsing/extraction issue. As the ...



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