Well I have been a member here for about a year now but I just got to brewing my first batch. Everything seemed to go well I guess. After reading a lot on the forums I decided a full 5 gallon boil was the way to go instead of a partial boil, so I used my friends turkey fryer, which was plenty big enough for the 5 gallons, I am just a little scared because I had it turned all the way up and I was never able to get a really good boil. The whole time it just looked like it was on the verge of a boil, like any second it would start boiling, and it was a constant temperature of around 200F. I decided to go ahead and go forward with the brewing process once I saw that it wouldn't get above 200F. Will this effect me at all now quite getting to a full boil? Everything seemed to go very smoothly. The smell of it sure did seem like it was going to be a damn good tasting beer. I got it down to around 70F decently fast after a nice ice bath and then put it in the primary fermenter and pitched the yeast. It's now sitting in a nice dark area and I would like to think that it's doing great, but the fact that it never got to a "real" boil of 212F kinda scares me. Do you think it will end up working out fine or have I already screwed up my first batch?