I'm new to brewing. Just started brewing last spring. I want to make a high gravity beer. So my thoughts after reading some things on parti gyle brewing is that maybe I could do a normal grain bill for a 5 gallon batch. Extract about two gallons off mash and boil off to create a high gravity one gallon batch. Then go back to the mash. Batch sparge for a five gallon batch of normal gravity.
Benefits to me is I don't have a huge pot to do a large enough boil for big beers. I could do this on every batch that I make and have a different high gravity beer everytime without too much extra costs.
Does anyone else think this a good idea or already doing this...