Chairman of the Bored
- Aug 7, 2013
- Reaction score
- Royal Hamlet of Peckham. London.
You'll need to double up on grain, hops and water. It is possible to make a concentrated wort then dilute it in the FV. But it's not a simple as just diluting the concentrated wort with the other half of the water in the FVAnother question, sorry!
I am planning to make a 10l batch, do I have to double up on the water or can I add it to the fermenter at the end?
Have you any idea what strength this is likely to be?
Depending on your efficiency (of extracting sugars from the grain) and the attenuation of the yeast it will be about 4% ABV. Brewmate tells me a 70% efficiency with 75% yeast attenuation will give you 4.22%ABV