Hi all. Recently started getting back into homebrewing to save some money (lol). This evening I poured the result of my first partial mash and I must say I won't be going back to the kit and kilo method of old. Very, very decent NEIPA/Hazy IPA style My fermentables were; 1.7kg tin Coopers Australian Pale Ale 1.4kg Barrett Burston Pale Malt 375g rolled oats 500g Light Dry Malt Extract I used US-05 for my yeasties, and fairly substantial hop additions (which I will post the detail tomorrow - my toddler has taken my brew book into his room and he's in bed). Starting Gravity was 1.050 and final gravity was 1.010 resulting in a reasonable 5.25%. My next brew will be saying goodbye to the rim entirely, using ale malt and LDME and doing my own hop additions during the boil. My system currently is just a Big W 19L pot ($20) and a Bunnings paint strainer bag (3 for $9) - cheap and cheerful, budget BIAB. Cheers!