Hi, new here. Been lurking for a while and finally decided to try a beer. I'm not completely unexperienced, I've made quite a lot of cider and wine, but never beer. So for the first one, and since I have no equipment for mashing and trying to do it as simple as possible. My style of beer I was thinking of is a light beer, low bitterness, not too "hopppy" and some residual sweetness with maybe a hint of citrus. Yeah, I know, I'm not the biggest beer-fan (yet), shoot me for wanting a "water"-beer My plan is to use Safale US-05, 4.6kg LME Pilsen, 0.5kg Belgian Buscuit malt, 25g 60 min 25g 15 min Hallertau Mittelfruh hops for a 23L batch, target OG 1.062 ish. Maybe some Cascade/Lemondrop for citrus flavor, ideas, amount, boil time? So I was thinking of boiling ca. 4L of water (don't have a bigger pot) with the Specialty malt and hops. Not boiling the LME. That would give me an estimated boil OG of 1.027 and according to the IBU calc I should have around 19 IBUs after boil in a 23L batch. Chilling with a ice bath. Would this work, or even produce a half decent beer? Most curios if my math/logic is right, and if you can even do the malt/hop boil with so little volume? Thanks a lot in advance!