Has anyone tried this? I'm surprised something so simple and elegant hasn't been around for much longer than it has, but apparently it's a fairly recent (last few years) idea. The gist is a no-sparge mash that is run straight in the kettle, with the grains in a large bag that lines the vessel. When the mash is done, you lift the bag out, allow it to drain, and start the boil. It's very appealing to me. Living in a NYC apartment, I haven't had the space to brew beer since I moved here from CA 7 years ago. I see a lot of possibilities here, like easy step- or decoction mashing right in the kettle. http://www.homebrewtalk.com/wiki/index.php/Brew_in_a_Bag
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