I've add some mishaps with my standard Coleman-based mash tun, and I'm now left with a hole where the faucet was (some wort went inside the insulation, but I'd like to believe it won't impact temperature conservation). I'm using a braid as filter. I'm not a very bright handyman, hence:
Question: How can I put a faucet back in such a way that there is no chance wort can leak into the insulation? How can I ensure that even when the braid is moved a bit when stirring the mash, no space will be created allowing wort to leak? I don't have the original plastic piece that fitted the hole.
My previous solution included some O-rings that got smashed by being on parts that were screwed too tight.