+1 on Relax And Have A Homebrew, because I am slothful, I let my beers ride a month in the primary, dry hop, flavor as required, keg, force carb and drink - say 4-5 weeks grain to glass. The beers are crystal clear (okay except for that dunkelweisse where I over pitched) and life is good.
I understand your doing 10-gallon batches, but perhaps make some 5 gallon batches and build out your pipeline - I say that like we all have, i.e, with two little one under three I appreciate the need for speed. However the beers you selected are longer brewing beers. I noted from your Untapped that you are more focused on the session brews (which I can very much identify with), but these two brews seem to be a bit heavier and May well benefit from some additional time in the keg conditioning.
Case in point, I am enjoying a hazelnut porter (Jamie's Morebeer kit) that I was too lazy to measure out the hazelnut essence and used the whole bottle for the 5 gallon batch. It is only now hitting its stride (i.e., drinkable 15 months later). So happy I didn't dump it, as it is quite tasty and my aforementioned dunkelweisse has a bit of the yeast bite.
In sum, I believe BIAB will serve you well, but I believe you will need to incorporate a longer fermentation schedule and a bit longer (say a week) in the keg conditioning - say 4-5 weeks grain to glass.
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