Hi everyone. This is my procedure for 23l (6gal) batch: -heat water to about 70°C (158F), amount of water [l]=grain weight[kg]*3 (that is, for my current recipe, 15l(4gal) ) -add grain (BIAB), maintain temp. between 62°C 70°C (143-158F) ( I can not hold a constant temp. so it varies) -after an hour, toss the bag and add x litres of tap water, x=amount of grains in litres ( so for 5kg of grains->5l of water) - heat up, when boilling, add hops (amount and time depending on recipe) -after an hour I am left with an amount of wort <15l (about 12.5l (3.3gal) ), I pure that in the fermentor and add tap water to reach 23l, seal the fermentor -temp. of wort is about 36°C (97F), let it naturally cool down (it takes about 12h to get to 20°C) -sprinkle yeast I take gravity readings, if the OG is too low I add sugar, if too high I add water. Is this good? If not, why?