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Old 10-06-2012, 07:00 PM   #1
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I am thinking of doing a split boil for an extract beer kit due to the fact that the company I ordered my brew pot from sent the wrong pot. The kit calls for 2.5 gal boil and I don't have a pot that can support the liquid and DME in a single boil. Will it matter andy conduct two boils and mix the wort in the same fermenter?


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Sure, that's no problem. Split your extract and hops roughly proportionally to the volumes involved. A pot is basically just a container for the wort to sit in while hot.
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