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Old 12-08-2012, 03:39 AM   #1371
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.......3rd page you guys are slacking ive never seen this post fall that far


well my 2 northern brewer kits came in....woohoo i ordered the honey porter and the honey ale. and 6 of there 1 gallon jug screw caps so i have extras.


Also i put my mash tun up for sale.
OMG GREATEST THING EVER

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Old 12-08-2012, 04:10 AM   #1372
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About to rack my english barleywine to secondary. Hopefully it went ok, back in a bit with the update!

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Old 12-08-2012, 04:18 AM   #1373
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About to rack my english barleywine to secondary. Hopefully it went ok, back in a bit with the update!
yum i still need to brew the barley wine i planned
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12.3% A bit hot, but damn does it taste good. There was also more yeast in that little bucket than I have seen in some of my 5 gallon batches, haha.

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Old 12-08-2012, 12:09 PM   #1375
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Cool! I'm doing one around Christmas to give away next Christmas. Probably 4 lb of 2 row, and 4 ounces of Biscuit or Amber.

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Old 12-08-2012, 01:42 PM   #1376
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12.3% A bit hot, but damn does it taste good. There was also more yeast in that little bucket than I have seen in some of my 5 gallon batches, haha.
How do you describe a barley wine? I've never tried one and can make a batch for the cost of a bottle. Any way to describe it?
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Old 12-08-2012, 02:25 PM   #1377
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How do you describe a barley wine? I've never tried one and can make a batch for the cost of a bottle. Any way to describe it?
Basically a really strong, really flavorful, really malty beer(at the English one is). Mine is really light for a normal barleywine, so its getting called a blonde barleywine. There were 4.75# of grain and 5 oz of corn sugar in mine and looking at it now I probably should have left the corn sugar out because of how far the yeast attenuated. I was anticipating the yeast slowing down earlier and wanted to thin it out a bit, but they kept chugging at its at 1.019 after two weeks, down from 1.106.
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Basically a really strong, really flavorful, really malty beer(at the English one is). Mine is really light for a normal barleywine, so its getting called a blonde barleywine. There were 4.75# of grain and 5 oz of corn sugar in mine and looking at it now I probably should have left the corn sugar out because of how far the yeast attenuated. I was anticipating the yeast slowing down earlier and wanted to thin it out a bit, but they kept chugging at its at 1.019 after two weeks, down from 1.106.
Sounds deeeelish! Another one to brew thx
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hey divrguy... barleywine also has an incredibly long ferment time, and time in the bottle (think months, not weeks).

it's worth the wait, but it's a LONG wait

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Just picked up my first set of buckets. 18 of them to be exact

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