Been on a BCBS kick and I don't think my bank account can sustain the pace at which I'm inhaling the BCBS so I've been wanting to brew my own. I may scale it down to a 1 gallon recipe to test it out first though. So this is the recipe I've been working on in hopville- it's a 5gal partial mash. And I'm looking at using bourbon soaked oak chips in secondary to impart the bourbon barrel characteristics. Looking for any useful feedback or any recipes that BAs may have used in the past or words of wisdom to impart. OG 1.128 FG 1.032 72° SRM Efficiency 75 % 40.2 IBU 12.8% ABV 421 cal 12# Pale Liquid Extract 4# Briess 2-row Pale Malt 3# Briess Munich Malt 20L 2.5# Briess Crystal 80L 2# Briess Chocolate 350L 1# Briess Crystal 120L 1# Briess Roasted Barley 2oz Northern Brewer @ 60 min 1oz Willamette @ 10 min 1oz Willamette @ 1 min 1 pack Wyeast American Ale #1056 Thanks in advance for any advice/suggestions.