Wyeast 1272 American Ale yeast ll-Flocc High-72-76% atten.
Results: FG 1.011 82
% atten. ABV 6.9%
Wyeast 1332 Northwest Ale yeast-Flocc High-67-71% atten.
Results: FG 1.010 84
% atten. ABV 7.0%
AIPA, 22.6 lbs of grain, 10 gallon batch, 1.064 OG, split in half for the above yeasts.
That's only about 11 lbs of grain for a 5 gallon batch of 7 percent beer. The Northwest Ale finished drier than the American II and it's not supposed to be a real dry one.
I'm wondering what I did right to get attenuation rates so far above advertised levels. Was it the Hockburz two-step? It was in primary for just over three weeks. No fusels. No off flavors.
I'm not complaining, it's just going to kick some ass.