Very interesting topic.
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10 gallon is the way to go.
Bigger is always better when it comes to kettles and tuns.
Welcome to the AHA.
Do you guys use your 10 gallon Kettles on the stove? Or on a burner outside? I am also debating on equipment to purchase...
Brewing Bohemian Pilsner on Sunday with WY2124 ans 50/50 Saaz/Magnum.
I prefer the WLP029 because it behaves more to my liking but YMMV.
Definitely go to mrmalty.com to estimate the appropriate quantity of yeast required for your batch size and starting gravity.
My feeling is that the books, self-published as they are via lulu, are all way too expensive.You can get a PDF copy for $8.25.
You have plenty of time to order one . . .Except I usually wear mine for pro-night.
Funny Tom...you make it sound like there's going to be alot of fat guys in kilts.
I don't own a kilt so...
but this is a special event.
...and I have plenty of time to consider buying one.