I haven't tried the BIB method (or whatever it is called) but you know I have to...Why? Because it's there
Most of what I have read on here says there is lower efficency using this method due to the super thin mash.
I know, I know, I can increase the efficency by boiling longer
using the same theory that there are no stars in the lunar landing pohographs.
But that, and Elvis and Bigfoot sightings aside, would there be any benefit in mashing with the full boil volume longer, say overnight?
It seems that the longer time would allow all the enzymes to get in contact with the starch and better conversion to take place even though the mash is super thin.
Please avoid all the usual "insulate well, stirring, avoiding oxygen, IT'S GOING TO GET INFECTED!!!" type paranoid comments. I understand those risk well.
Just asking for thoughts on conversion.