For a major step up in attenuation and hop character, boil the full beer volume with a larger pot. After rinsing the grains with hot water, add enough water to the kettle to equal your target volume plus 1 gallon per hour of boil time. For example, in a recipe yielding 5.5 gallons with a 60-minute boil clock, fill the partially filled kettle to 6.5 gallons. For a 90-minute boil, fill to 7 gallons. The extra volume compensates for water lost during the boil. To chill rapidly, it is advisable to invest in a chiller instead of cold water baths
For extra-pale beer, you can combine the full boil and late-extract variants.