Your base grain will usually stay about the same, but your specialties, especially some of the bolder flavors (black malt, aromatic, special B), will usually get scaled back a bit.
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I'll add another vote to get the bigger pot.
I also am going to have to quick carb a brew for a Beer For Boobs competition. What's the best way to keep the right carbonation if you then transfer it into bottles?
I would like a complete 15bbl brewery and place to keep it.
But then every time I want to serve a beer at different carb levels I woud have to change the length of the beer line?Not necessarily. Carbonate your beer to the appropriate volumes for your serving temperature. Serve at your appropriate pressure for your system.