OK, so I've got ten gallons each of my IPA and Bigfoot beer for a local competition fermenting nicely. But, this weekend, we are going to brew two batches back to back. My standard Amber, and more IPA. This will be the first time back to back. Should work pretty good though. During the mash of the first batch, I can start heating strike water for the second, then when I go to boil, time to start mashing the second batch, and so on, and so on.
I'm sure some of you have done this in the past, if not doing it as practice. Any hints or such I should be considering?