Personally for a czech dark I would have went the route of 99% floor malted bohemian dark malt 1% carafa II.
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Where abouts in MN is the cabin?
Near Brainerd,in Pilager. It's my wife's family cabin.
this may have already been done but I was thinking last night, it seems as if an hand full of great beers get most of the attention from traders and whale hunters, but I think there are quite a few undiscovered gem out there and are getting ignored. One of my favorites is Schells noble star series. Ive been at bottle shares and it went toe to toe with some Russian river sours and Cascade brewing sours. I think most of the noble star series beers are very well done and underrated simply because they come from a brewery that make some s***ty beers.
I can assure you its not the Munich or the 34/70.
Didn't you say you use chit malt?
I am going to go the latic acid route as I already have some. I am going to be adding 3ml of latic, 3g gypsum and 3g Calc. Chloride all to the mash water. This will get me down to 5.44.Go lower.