« on: August 24, 2014, 06:18:46 AM »
Same here. I still end up dumping some 3 gallon batches, as a matter of fact. If I had the time for it I'd probably drop down to 2 gallon batches so I could brew more often. Three gallons is the sweet spot for me with my more proven house recipes, but 2 makes more sense for one-off recipes.The beer is just amazing. I run out too fast..
You must have a lot of thirsty friends. I went the other way. I brew 3.5-gallon batches that yield 3 gallons of kegged beer. It takes me four to six weeks to drink that much beer. I used to brew 5.5-gallon batches that yielded 5 gallons of kegged beer. Beer would queue up to the point where I would have to dump batches in order to be able to brew.
Maybe I just need more kegs...