I have a nice eBIAB system, it works fine but I am tired of cloudy wort and average beer.
I usually brew 12 gallons so I get 10 gallons of beer after fermentation.
I am want clear wort, so I want to try a no sparge (continuous) type mash and drain/filter the wort through the grain bed.
I also have a march pump.
Looking at building something like a Blichman breweasy system or
What can I build/add to get something with the ease of eBIAB but clearer wort. I want to be able to do a step mash/ramp up as well. I want some sort of RIMS setup I guess I am saying.
If I added another pot, the mash tun, with a false bottom, have it gravity feed back into my ebiab pot and pump it back up into the top of the mash tun, with float switches and a valve on the output of the pump would this work?
Is there a simpler, better way I am missing to get the ease of eBIAB and clear wort?
EDIT - looks like something that I am trying to build is called a kettle rim or K-RIMS setup? Any tips for continuous sparging with this setup? Where to put the temp probes?
thanks in advance