Has anyone done the Quarter Bock as described in Charlie Papazian's "The Home Brewer's Companion" (page 325-327)
Basically the receipe is a 1 gallon receipe (OG 1.096-1.106 and FG of 1.028-1.032) that you then add water to for a FG diluted 1.008 to 1.010.
The reason? A lower calorie/lower alcohol beer. According to THBC brewing then diluting will result in different beer than brewing at final volume, something about that the yeast create different byproducts depending on OG.
Anyhow, I was wondering if anyone had done this and what it came out like