I got overly ambitious and tried to BIAB a 5.5 gallon Wee Heavy in a 10 gallon pot. I created the recipe, and ended up with an outrageous 17.75 lb grain bill. I ended up sparging and getting to my boil volume, but (as you probably imagine) I undershot my pre-boil gravity by a little bit -- about 7 points. I wanted this one strong, as I'm putting it away for awhile, so I decided to add some DME I had on hand for starters just to raise the OG a little. It dawned on me that I had no idea how to calculate the amount of DME to add. So......I dumped in the entire pound. Recipe called for 1.084, and I ended up at 1.097. Fermentation has stopped at 1.033, when the recipe called for 1.022. I don't mind that at all, as I like a viscous wee heavy. If I try that in the future, what is a good calculation for the amount of DME to add? Is there a function in Brewer's Friend that will help? I looked, but I missed it. Thanks in advance!