I recently brewed a 5 gallon batch of a nut brown, to which I added bourbon-soaked oak chips in the secondary. I've had quite a few people requesting more of this, so I thought I'd try to make a double batch (10 gal) next time. I have a 36qt ss stockpot and was thinking that I could try to do about a 7 gallon boil, double my ingredients, and then split it up into 2 5-gal fermentors and then top them off to 5 gallons. I know that brewing this much in my pot could likely cause a boil over, so I would really need to keep a close eye on things, or maybe just do about 6 gallons. Does anyone see any problems with this, other than the greater risk of a boil over? I usually try to do as close to a full boil as possible so I don't dilute the beer too much, but I'd also prefer not to have to brew this twice if I could manage to do it as one batch. Thanks for the input.