Bloody 'ell, a bunch of things went wrong on the test brew. First of all, it sprung yet another leak - in the worst place, this time. Just above the electric heating element. Luckily, we noticed it fast enough and he fixed it, after several hours.
Someone had messed with the mill, so we got flour rather than crushed grains. Also, we had to substitute one malt for another. We had problems maintaining a good temperature on the mash, we're gonna drill a hole in the mash tun and install a thermostat hopefully fixing that issue. Currently we only have a temperature probe checking water temp going into the mash tun, which I suspect we need to tweak too. May be dropping some temp during the drizzle and what not.
Huge temperature drop when we mashed out, way below required. Measured OG, post boil, was 1.060 - it should've been around 1.070.
Spiggot was open in the fermenting bucket, so we lost a liter or two. Also, it looks like mud in the bottom on the fermentor, tried to drain a sample from the spiggot - would hardly drain, so thick. It was brown, sort of looked like a muddy puddle on a rainy day.
Due to the darker grain we had to substitue with, this can in no way be an IPA... maybe call it Muddy Waters DIPA? :P