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The pump is pretty powerful on the BM the grains are all forced up against the top plates, every 15 minutes the pump stops (pump break) which displaces the grain letting the grain drift down. The pump starts again and all the grain is forced back up to the top plates, effectively stirring, by the movement.I see so the grains " stay floating " with the braumeister, wheras they are sinking and being washed down with the Brewzilla types. Thank you must look it up.
I would be interested to know if the dam effects the boil, I don't have any problem getting clear wort just using 2 helix. What is left in the kettle I pour into a jug let it settle and put into 1 litre passata bottles after boiling, for using as a starter.Exactly as described on my Brewzillia Dunc, hence I have to stir and scrap the bottom during the mash to stop compaction. Doing a Hazy Daisy NEIPA today and all is going well. 30 minutes into the boil! Got the Dunc's Dam fitted, going to be interesting to see how it works.
Even though it looks clear there is plenty of cold break in the fermenter, just cant see it unless you cool it further, put a glass of wort in the fridge and you can see it.