I am about to take my new eBIAB setup for a spin this weekend. I am planning on a stout that will serve as a starter for an RIS. I love really chewy stouts, not thin and highly carbonated stouts. Although I'm not shooting for some super high ABV beer, I want a similar appearance and mouthfeel of motor oil. Here's a rough idea: Batch Size: 5.5gal Yeast: WLP002 English Ale Mash: 152deg for 60 min, add dark grains at 60min and recirculate for an additional 15-30min Grainbill: 5.5lbs 2 Row (37.9%) 4lbs Maris Otter (27.6%) 1lb Flaked Barley (6.9%) 1lb Flaked Rye (6.9%) 1lb Crystal 80L (6.9%) 0.5lb Victory Malt (3.4%) 0.75lb Chocolate Malt (5.2%) 0.5lb Roasted Barley (3.4%) 0.25lb Black Patent (1.7%) 2oz Willamette (60min) 1oz Cascade (10min) Estimated OG: 1.061 Estimated FG: 1.019 Estimated IBUs: 38.6 Estimated Color: 39.2L Any thoughts?