You can mash in with just the base malt and some crystal then add your darker malts after you pull the first and second running. Or just add the darker grain in a bag to steep in the wort.15 gallons, was intended to be a ESB/Bitter/Mild Partigyle, but it looked very brown, so might end up being a series or brown ales....
were the beers sold commercially? if not, let 'er rip!Soooooo..... I brewed 35 gallons on my system. But then I brewed my homebrew recipes on a "commercial" rig. Basically an oversized homebrew set up-3 barrel pots on Cajun burners. No rakes. Yep, digging out 170~ lbs. of spent grain with a plastic shovel and rinsing with a water hose. Does that count? If so, 4 - 3 barrel brews = 372 plus my 35 = 407. Well?
It was unclear if @Homergah beer was all home brew or some was brewed commercially. Maybe we should let him post again and put the portion that was homebrew to the total.fine can take my 5 gallons out but does homegah's 407 not count as well ? if so should be 13,616
Ok. Sorry for muddying things up.