OK - so I am planning my 4th brew and want to devise a more controlled plan of attack. My first 3 - Irish Red, Dry Stout, and Kolsch. Red and Stout came out great (actually got compliments on Stout at my LHBS!). I have posted earlier about my "IMperial" Kolsch. In secondary now, so far, so good. In a previous thread, Nosybear suggested to work one recipe for a few batches to refine technique. Searching the web, I came across the concept of ONE HOP BEERS, to better understand the impact of different hops. So, I developed the following using CASCADE (who doesnt like SNPA?) http://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/r ... k-pale-ale It is a 3 gal batch to speed things up. (Question - can I ferment in my 5 gal carboy? I assume 6.5 is too big) I assume the veterans here have done this? (Search the threads and did not come up with anything). Comments? Suggestions?