Here’s my undisturbed grain bed after a brew day. With this batch I obtained 91% mash efficiency (2 points higher OG than planned) and 72% brew house efficiency (both calculated by BeerSmith). I plan 70% BH but this additional 2% is within my brewery personal tolerance.
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Looks good. No flour at all. And that's decent efficiency.
I usually get around 65-67% brew house efficiency, per Brewer's Friend. That's usually close to 100% conversion efficiency, half gallon loss MLT dead space, half gallon or more trub loss in kettle and break separation, half gallon loss post fermentation.
I'm all set for an early morning start on a snow day brew day tomorrow. I'll post my numbers and observations.