So far I have only been making 5 gallon batches (or less) when doing all grain brews. I just purchased a new kettle, and decided to get a 15 gallon kettle so I can move to 10 gallon batches in the future.
Problem is, on one of my favorite beers to brew, I know I can’t continue to use my current cooler mash tun for 10 gallons. I have been looking around for bigger tuns, but they’re super expensive (understandable). I was thinking… What about using two separate mash tuns? That would require splitting the grain, which would obviously not be 2 identical grain bills inside. Not sure if I can then combine the wort from both into one pot? Or could the two different wort makeups result in weird mixture in the kettle?