Source: Mike Hughes, (firstname.lastname@example.org), HBD #1993, 3/25/96
Note: You may want to vary the amount and/or type of hops, depending on the bitterness you desire. I have recently started making this using the "Early Hop Addition" method discussed here in this very forum. The results have been more than spectacular. I have started using Columbus hops (A=15%!!!) and just throwing them into my boil kettle at the start of the sparge. The beer has NOT been overly bitter as would be expected, but you can definitely taste the hops (yum!). Also, I too use a converted keg system, and usually brew 15 gallon batches. One keg for mash tun, one keg for boil kettle. I use an 80 quart cooler fitted with a slotted copper manifold for my lauter tun. You may want to consider doing this, as I have been very happy with my system.