Old former Buzzard here asking any buzzard for advice.
I'm looking to significantly cut the duration of my brewday. I've heard the brewing technique of Brew in a Bag (BIAB) can do just that. BIAB is where you place all of your crushed grain into a giant bag/sac inside your brew kettle. After conversion of starch is complete you simple raise your sac out of the kettle and being your boil. What are your thoughts on this technique? Have you tried it? One common problem I hear about is wort clarity. Since you do not create a grain bed that filters out the fine particles said particles enter your wort.
Any input would be appreciated.
Cheers,
Marco