Hello all, This is my first post but been lurking for a while so first of all thank you for all.the help that you have unknowingly given me up to this point . Finally got around to buying a boiler (the peco biab kit from the Homebrew company) and planning on my second brew day this weekend, problem is that I am struggling for time to fit it all in in one go so would it be possible to break the brew in half by doing the following: Saturday Morning: Heat strike water and mash to create my wort then remove grain, add lid to boiler and leave Saturday Afternoon/Sunday: Boil, Hops, Cool, Fermenter. Is the above a viable option or am I asking for trouble? If the above is viable would I need to cool the wort after mashing or would it be fine because it is going to be boiled for an hour to kill any nasties? Cheers, Gav.