So in one of my ingredient shops I bought a dry packet of voss out of impulse. It has sat in my fridge for a few months as I haven't been that stoked to use it. I also recently made the switch to BIAB, and have some left over extract. I will probably save some to top up OG as needed, but I figured it would be fun to make a 10 gal batch and split it between two fermenters. Voss will be in my garage in FL, probably gets about 70-90 degreees F in there these days. Chico will be in my wine chiller at 65-68ish. I'll try to bang it out this weekend, but if anyone is interested I will be happy to post results with pictures and whatnot. I know kveik and comparisons have been beaten to death recently, so if there isn't tons of interest I will understand. My plan is to make a mixed batch of BIAB and left over extract. Brew my BIAB as normal (with double the hops), then add enough extract to keep the OG the same, but double the volume. I'm still working out the recipe, but it will be more or less: 0.50 lb Munich 8.75 lb Pale 2-Row 0.50 lb Briess - Carapils Malt 5 lb Dry Malt Extract - Light - (late addition) 0.5 - 1 oz Mosaic Pellet 12 Boil 60 min 1 oz Citra Pellet 12.3 Boil 15 min 1 oz Citra Pellet 12.3 Boil 5 min The munich and carapils additions are already mixed in with the 2 row, it came as a kit. Won't be doing any dry hopping or anything, just plain old ale. Let me know what you guys think and if you are interested.