Just throwing this out in case anybody is interested in the brew process details. Made a double batch of British India Pale Ale. The brew cam probably seems a bit silly, but it's actually very useful. I'm able to monitor the brew for boil overs and such, and greatly reduces the amount of time I have to spend babysitting. I definitely need to ceiling mount though. Northwest Brewer Gold LME - 15lbs Citra hops - 2oz - 60min EK Golding hops - 2oz - 10 min Fuggles hops - 2oz - 5 min Coopers dry yeast x4 Starting gravity - 52 11 gallons Total cost: $48.60 Price per 12oz: 41 cents Boil started at 4PM, ingredients laid out... Rolling boil at 51 minutes, sterilizing tools. Had been upstairs eating so it likely had been gotten to a full boil in 40 minutes or so. That induction cooktop is a beast... Getting ready to add, a close-up of the ingredients... Adding the first 9 lbs of pale malt extract... Back to a boil, time to add the Citra hops... 45 minutes have passed, time to add the E.K Golding hops... 5 minutes to go, time for the Fuggles hops... Boil's done, time to add the last 1/2 of malt extract at "knockout", aka when I cut the heat. This reduces the amount of caramelization and keeps the beer lighter in color. Cooling the brew pot in the utility sink. Just filled will tap water and drained 3 times, brought the temp down to about 80 degrees. Took about an hour, I'm debating wort chiller. But the reality is I was in the next room watching the Muppet Movie with the kids, so it's not really cramping my style. Measuring the gravity... ...pitched the yeast and into the fermenters it goes. About 3.5 hours total, and the amount of actual labor was probably more like 45 minutes. Had to rig a blow-off this morning as my airlocks were getting clogged. Smells great in there, won't know how she tastes until the 1st week of December.