I brewed the Innkeeper BIAB last Friday 4/5, only deviation from the recipe was the addition of 1/2 pound of DME late in the boil. I boiled for 75 mins and ended with a 1.053 OG.
BS2 and MrMalty both said 1.88L starter. I had done a 1L in a sanitized distilled water gal jug agitated for 2 days, fridge overnight, decanted then added 2L wort, agitated for 2 days, fridge overnight, decanted and pitched at 62 degrees.
Fermentation kicked off overnight, woke to a good head of krauesen and bubbling away thru the blowoff hose, swamp cooler kept temps in low 60s until Tuesday when I took the fermenter out of the cooler to let temp rise for D rest.
It’s stayed 66-68 on the fermometer ever since. The odd thing, for me, is that today it still has a very high head of krauesen, almost up in the neck. Luckily I didn’t remove the blow off hose. Is this normal for 1469? First time I’ve used it in my extensive brewing career(9 batches).