I wrap the carboy and attach the FermWrap with blue painter's tape. Then I attach the probe under some bubble wrap (with more blue painter's tape) in the blank area where the FermWrap doesn't cover.
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Homebrew… the craftiest of craft beers
I asked this question and about temperature control jargon generally and got it answered on a July episode of Brew Strong.
I let liquid flow out the tun into my boil kettle while continuously adding water. I try to match the rates of flow.I do this, there is a name for it - it is called fly sparging.
Or do two mashes.
What does everyone else think?
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