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Old 09-03-2014, 08:46 PM   #11
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Parti-gyle is exactly what it is called.

2 beers in pretty much the same time as a regular brewday. Only caveat is a second burner is necessary.
The implication was that the second burner helps complete the parti-gyle in about the same time as a non-gyle day.

A routine 5 gal batch usually takes me about 5 hours from start to cleanup finished
An 8 gal parti-gyle day is done in about 5.5 hours.

The second burner is heating additional sparge water for the second beer while the first beer is coming to a boil.

Then the second beer is boiling about 20 minutes later.

An additional kettle to clean is the only downside.

Your way works as well.
Boil one beer, cool and pitch yeast...

Boil second beer, cool and pitch.....

Voila'
Parti-gyle complete.
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Old 09-04-2014, 02:33 AM   #12
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A routine 5 gal batch usually takes me about 5 hours from start to cleanup finished
An 8 gal parti-gyle day is done in about 5.5 hours.

The second burner is heating additional sparge water for the second beer while the first beer is coming to a boil.

Wow, that would save a lot of time! Pretty efficient! Thank you clearing this up.
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Old 09-04-2014, 02:32 PM   #13
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Why have I not tried this? Seems like it's time for a huge IPA and a small pale ale!


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Sounds like a great idea!
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