I made a strawberry beer a few months ago.
I would not suggest you put the strawberries in the blender because it will chop them up pretty fine and constantly get stuck in your racking canes. Just try to stuff them into your secondary. Also I had to use a third carboy to help clarify a little more after having the strawberries in the secondary only. I used 8#s of strawberries for 4 gallons and it is a little overpowering but has really made a good beer after about 2 months in the closet. Also be prepared for a veryt active fermentation in the secondary when you add strawberries. ( thats why I took a gallon out and Im glad I did because the first night the strawberries clogged my airlock)
Ive heard that when its dry strawberries are sweeter and not sure about you but it has been really dry up here.
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