10%/hour, with a 75 min minimum boil, is what I shoot for. Granted, this is at 10 psi, so all kinds of things are wacky. At lower elevation I'd imagine you could boil off less given the higher temperature.
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9.62 lbs. of grain. Mash thickness of 1.665, mash volume was 4 gallons, sparge volume was 3.37 gallons.
In case you need it, 2.75 gallons first runnings, 3.5 gallons from sparge.
Man, it is so warm here
I am already into the Maibock.
All things considered, the abv calcs are estimates. What's your experience with the etimatates vs. actual Sean?
What am I missing? Is the FG vs OG not an exact measurement of ABV?
Consider that if it were truly 1.074 and pretend your FG was 1.020...this would be a 7.09% beer. If the OG truly was 1.072, you'd end up with 6.83% ABV.
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How many of the Pros here have attorneys?