Evening everyone! So on Saturday I'm brewing my 3rd beer, which is my 2nd all grain brew. My first didn't go very well, as I spoke about in a previous thread of mine. I wondered if anyone has any commonly made mistakes that you'd warn novices like myself of. One thing I think I've come to realise is to do with mashing...sounds daft, but for my first all grain recipe I was continuously stirring my wort for the entire 1hr mash. I've since been led to believe I need only stir for a few minutes to ensure there's no "doughballs" and then leave it for the rest of the mash before sparging. Is this correct!? I just want to make sure I have my method correct before brewday. This brew is my biggest yet at 19L, which isn't an awful lot from what I see on here but there we go! Cheers!