Small ish. It's mashed high and uses a yeast that doesn't ferment maltotriose.
Check out David heaths video as he puts it better than me. He also provides a link to an article by lallemand which elaborates on brewing low abv beers
He recommends Windsor (amongst others). As it's maltotriose negative - my experience would suggest this one is too, although I can't confirm.
I scaled the recipe up to a full batch.
This tasting notes are pretty spot on. For a sub 1% beer it's respectable. It's better then nanny state...
Yes. I've done two brews with them, both a NEIPA based around even sharks need water. I used outback and citralicious - one of each in 20l. I've not tried the recipe with normal dry hopping so can't compare but was happy enough with the outcome. I'll keep experimenting with them
For something dirt cheap these are good. Get yourself a pwm dimmer for speed control.
It will pass - probably doesn't require any action. I always get sulphur with this one a few days in.
My process is that I increase the temp toward the end of ferment, not to say this helps with sulphur. I never open the lid, no need.