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  1. rickthenewb

    mashing in your fermenter

    Hi all, I am just curious. I am thinking of a set up without using a separate mash tun and fermenter. I really do not want to use a boiler in my set up and I think a 500 gallon kettle is a bit much to wield and it takes up space. So I was thinking of a high temp industrial tankless water heater that will reach around 180-185 and fill up my cypress coiled 600 gallon fermenter (which also has cooling coils) and when the temperature drops pitch the yeast and wait. I am not trying to be cheap but more practical. This will be for an all grain 60-70 percent corn mash bill. Please let me know if I am off my rocker here. thanks all