« on: October 08, 2015, 09:26:06 AM »
Of course. I can get a turbo boil going and have a 15% boil off/hour if need be. I'm switching down to 60', still want all the hot break out of the beer that I can get out of it.I was doing a 75' boil on Pilsner malt "just to be safe". Haha. Now I know that I can whittle that down even more.
I do want to point out again that boil length is only going to be correlated to DMS volatilization for a given kettle setup. Marshall's kettle is able to reach 9% boil off in 30 min; if you're boiling off significantly less than that you may need to boil longer.