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In a fly sparge, water is continually sprinkled on the top of the grain bed while sweet wort is collected, and typically a depth of one or two inches of water is maintained above the grain bed. A fly sparge can be configured using the [[Separation|Separation Editor]] as pictured here:
 
In a fly sparge, water is continually sprinkled on the top of the grain bed while sweet wort is collected, and typically a depth of one or two inches of water is maintained above the grain bed. A fly sparge can be configured using the [[Separation|Separation Editor]] as pictured here:
  
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In a fly sparge, water is continually sprinkled on the top of the grain bed while sweet wort is collected, and typically a depth of one or two inches of water is maintained above the grain bed. A fly sparge can be configured using the Separation Editor as pictured here:


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