I am a brand new homebrewer - first batch was just moved to secondary fermentation yesterday. My first batch was an all-grain 16B: Oatmeal Stout recipe from here on BrewersFriend.com. I have had interest in brewing for 20 years but didn't act on that at all until 2 weeks ago I took a class through the County Parks Department. From there, I jumped straight to all-grain brewing. Last week, two friends that took the class with me joined in and the three of us went at it. The results: OG was a tad low of target. We probably boiled the wort too aggressively and lost more water to evaporation that was necessary so we came up 2 quarts/liters short in the fermenter but we had a blast. Also, my early sample yesterday when checking gravity as I moved from primary to secondary fermentation didn't pick up any off flavors so it appears Charlie Papazian was proven right again: "Relax, don't worry, have a homebrew." Thanks for a great website and mobile app. Well worth the annual cost to be a premium member.