I'm probably going to bottle a barleywine at the end of the month - I was going to wait until the end of October, but I am getting antsy and also thinking I could use the 3-gallon carboy the BW is currently aging in for another brew.
Anyways, I've got three gallons of BW that I brewed in May. It's been racked a couple of times. I am thinking I should pitch some new yeast at bottling, but really have no idea about how to go about doing it. I assume any cheap, dry yeast would be OK, right? But how much? The whole pack? Does it matter? Also, do I add it to the bottling bucket with the priming sugar and then rack on top?
The OG was 1.102 and current SG is 1.025. This works out to ~10% ABV.
Thanks for any advice/suggestions!