I know that I should be brewing larger batches, but I want to try a few 3 gallon AG recipes before investing the cash on new equipment.
My last few batches have been tasty partial mashes. I have a 5 gallon mash tun (a cooler conversion) and a 4 gallon brew pot.
I have read a few articles about 3 gallon all grain brewing, and I was thinking of giving it a shot. However, I have a few questions since all the articles I read were for brewers without a mash tun.
1. For ingredients and amount of water used at each step, would I just use 3/5 of what a 5 gallon all grain recipe calls for?
2. Would I use an entire tube of the White Labs liquid yeast or would I use 3/5 of it. If I use 3/5 of it, can I save the rest for another batch and mix it with another tube of the same type of liquid yeast when I brew my next batch?