I used the london III yeast to make a clone of cinderlands squish. I used 7.5 gallons (6 gallons in pot, 1.5 gallons for 4 trickling sparges) 5.85 lb vienna malt and 5.85 lb malted oats. BIAB with multiple drainings and stiring during mash. 153 F Yield to fermentation 5.5 gallons SG 1.056 vs commercial brewer getting 1.054. 90 minute boil with slightly too fast boil.
I also used the london III to make a northern brewer squished all grain kit recipe except I used different hops. 6 gallons total water with 1 gallon for multistep sparge. 13.5 lb grain 153 F. Yield 4.5 gallons then added 1/2 gallon of oatmilk to fermenter. OG was high 1.084 (prior to oatmilk addition) vs 1.064 in kit instructions (this often happens to me I think because of my meticulous sparges/ boiling some sparges). Since the OG was so high, I did an additional sparge and boiled and saved sparge as a starter wort for another yeast.
The oyl 028 was used to make a belgian tripel all grain kit. 7.5 gallons water total treated (1.5 for sparge). 13.25 lb grain. Yield 5. gallons OG 1.09 (at 69F) vs 1.076 recipe multistep mash
All of the above 3 blew off not surprised
The kveik was used in a czech pilsner kit 7 gallons total water 1.5 of which held for sparge. 9.75 lb grain OG 1.06 vs 1.047 kit target. Yield 5.1 gallons. multistep mash
For all the above, I used a single dose of yeast from a starter. I just measure the height of the settled yeast, the total height of yeast plus liquid, shake it up and pour off the the shaken yeast into a graduated cylinder to the appropriate volume. In most cases, the settled volume of yeast is about a half an inch for a single dose in the half pint mason jars. I spreadsheet does all the calculations for me not rocket science. Could probably just wing it and use eyeball LOL