Hey Brewers, seems it's time for NY resolutions, well mine is to up the game and get into grains. Well, almost Firstly - my apologies if this has been covered before but I'm hoping on some feedback specific on my equipment and process. This is for a typical 23L batch (maybe 21L?). Gear first: 1) 12L Alu Stockpot that has served me well so far 2) Waeco 13L Esky: - No modifications / taps / ball valves; It's brand new and I want to use it as an ice box as well occasionally - I think Polypropylene and the foam gasket should handle 75deg no prob? - BIAB bag to suit Process: 1) Place the bag in the Esky and mill grain directly into it - say, total of 3kg of Base and a bit of Crystal 2) Fill 9L of 75deg water and let is sit for an hour 3) Remove the bag full of grain and chuck it into empty Stockpot 4) Sparge with 80deg water - approx 2L with the bag in a strainer 5) Pour the wort from Esky out directly into the pot. This should give 11L of pre-boil volume and prob 10L final (lid closed so there's not much evaporation loss) 6) Bring to boil, hop schedule and boil for 45min to an hour 7) Add 1.5kg DME and cool down in the sink (same as I've been doing with extract brews) 8) Mix with pre-chilled water in fermenter to make to total batch volume Any potential issues with this setup or recommendations? Thanks for your help!