Yes I ran out of gas just shortly after adding my 5 minute hops addition, about 4 minutes left to boil. I put the lid on and left the pot on the burner.
Shouldn't make a huge difference.
Just the way the day went.
That is what I get for brewing without planning ahead.
I woke up this morning and said to myself, I would like to brew up a batch of cream ale. I start getting my ingredients together from my stash and can't find any flaked corn, thought I had some.
So change gears, pale ale it is
10 lbs 2 row
1 lb 20L
3/4 lb biscuit
1/2 lb honey malt
Mill it up and break out the mash calculator.
It tells me I need 4 gallons strike water and 4.4 gallons sparge
I am doing BIAB method so I made sure to not include and extra for equipment loss.
Long story short I ended up with 7.5 gallons instead of 6.5 so I decide to do a 90 minute boil with hops added at 60 minutes, (boil off some of the excess)
at 60 minutes I was real close to where I needed to be volume wise so I add my hodge podge of hops (have to work with what I have)
1 oz. Citra and 3/4 oz chinook
as I am looking for anti boil over powder I thought I had, I found the flaked corn (oh well save it for next time) couldn't find the powder but didn't matter anyway.
I add my last hops at 5 minutes
3/4 oz of cluster and promptly run out of gas, LOL
Now that I think of it I never added any irish moss either, oh well.
Should be a tastey batch anyway. Good luck re-creating it
PS: haha in looking for my hydrometer sample tube I find the anti foam agent but can't find the sample tube, have to use my wine thief instead.