Parti-Gyle Recipes

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    I'm assuming that you've calculated in a way that means your total amount of MO will be 22.3 lbs. It'll be interesting to see how your numbers come out. In theory, it should work.
     
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    I based the grain bill for those two recipes off the parti-gyle calculator's expected numbers. I am happy(ish) to say that I blew all expectations for efficiency out of the water. I need to dilute with boiled water. The recipes have been updated to reflect the actual OG numbers I got.

    IPA- (now maybe an imperial or I'll dilute) - 1.095

    Dark Mild- (now maybe a British brown) - 1.050
     
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    Nice! One of the recipes has a permission error, but 80 percent is great efficiency. When I do 11 gallon batches I get 80 and better pretty routinely but my system is pretty well dialed in. For an un-tried method, I'd have estimated conservatively, too. :)
    Yes, I think I'd dilute the IPA a little but it depends on how you feel about your IBUs.
     
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    Whoops! They should both be public now. The IBUs are my only concern with the IPA, since it's already on the lower side. If I dilute I could just call it an "Imperial Pale/Double Pale" or something along those lines if nothing else haha. If I use the average OG across the batches my efficiency was 76% (if I did the math right).
     
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    I am looking at doing a RIS, with first runnings, and a 5% Christmas Ale with second runnings in November. Interested to hear more about how this went for you. How did the two beers turn out, any aha moments you could share?
     

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