I wouldn't think you'd need a tight seal on a mash tun-unlike your fermenter. The primary issue with a mash tun is temperature stability not oxygen/wild yeast/bacteria exposure.
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Or it is the sound the foreman makes, when he discovers you drank a bucket of beer for lunch.
I have been able to get away with filling my glass halfway on the two occasions when I wanted to...
I knew someone would make that point. I wanted these taster size glasses the obvious just fill you glass with less beer solution.
I also want them to serve my friends. Sometimes my guests don't like the homebrew. With a smaller glass they have less to drink out of politeness. I do fill there glass half way now but I have friend who just serves tasters and I always liked that.
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Yes, a bread maker is the first thing that I thought of when it was first proposed. We are feeling out the market right now, not set on a volume size yet.
It's surprisingly hard to make all the steps simple and clean. Hope to have more info soon.
Another option, if you want a beer that is more ester forward, use less roast and hops.