I’m a really, really rookie homebrewer with only one completed batch of beer up to this point. I know I need to get many more “notches on my belt” before I can even sound somewhat intelligent.
But, until then, I think I have some latitude in asking a few dumb questions. The recipes I’m accumulating are “sized” for a homebrew application; i.e., 5 gallon wort. Thinking about how the same recipe would work for a commercial grade microbrewery, are the rations of water, grain, yeast, etc. proportional to the homebrew recipe? For instance, if the targeted wort for a batch at a microbrewery is 10 bbls (360 gallons), would the recipe simply be in the same proportion as the homebrew recipe for 5 gallon wort?
If it doesn’t work this way, is there a source(s) which may have this kind of info?