I think I more or less got all my stuff together, so now it is time to start a (small) batch. I will be doing BIAB and I am thinking of boiling all together (no sparge). I'm trying to get my head around brewtarget, but not sure if I am doing/using it totally correct, so I would like to check with all of you. Also, the malt I have is not in their list so I gambled a bit with what I thought was the closest to it.... The type of beer is supposed to be Belgian blonde, although a little lighter in alcohol. All equipment is new (to me), so I will need to do a lot of measurements etc to fine tune for the next batch Fermentables: Walt's lager malt - 0.4 kg Walt's pilsner malt - 2.0 kg Hop: Hallertau 9.1% 10 gram - 1 hour Saaz 2.4% - 5 gram - 10 min Saaz 2.4% - 5 gram - 1 min Yeast Mangrove Jack Belgian ale M41 One step mash at 67 oC Heat 16 liter water to a bit above 67 oC Add finely milled grains and agitate Insulate and leave for 1 hour Heat to 77 oC and pull out BIAB bag and drain as much liquid as possible Bring to boil and keep at rolling boil for an hour Add hops at required timings Cool as quick as possible and move to fermenter Once wort temp is below 28 oC yeast can be added Move to fermentation fridge set to around 22 oC I should end up with about 10 liter? Expected OG - 1052 Expected FG - 1013 Alcohol % - 5.2 % IBU - 23.9 Does this make some form of sense? Or am I missing something? or complicating or over simplifying?