Yeah! I was thinking of doing this for a barley wine and RIS. But for the RIS I was thinking a nice porter for the second runnings, if it stays that dark. And Revvy, I read through your brew day and I remember seeing in there that you waited until around the end of the first boil to drain the runnings for the second brew. So does that mean that the wort was sitting in with the grains the whole time? I only have my 7 gallon brew pot that I can brew in so if I were able to do this it would help me out by not having to transfer the wort into another container while I wait for the first to finish boiling, cooling, etc. I also found out that there is a good little bit about this in Radical Brewing. I must have skipped it the first time through but its perfect. The recipe is for a first runnings barley wine and then a bitter with the second runnings. Thanks for the help!