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Old 07-30-2012, 05:49 PM   #1
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Default Barleywine for my birthday!!

So i have searched on here for a good barleywine recipe, nothing really jumped out at me. I 'am searching for one that someone has brewed multiple times hopefully a timetested recipe, My b-day is in january and i'd like to get started now, i know its a little late but so what i like big beers at the 5 to 6 month rage. I have a whole pound of cenntenial. Help me out please!!


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Old 07-30-2012, 06:00 PM   #2
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Subscribe! I also cant find a good solid recipe.


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Old 07-30-2012, 08:01 PM   #3
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What type of barley wine? Even if you knew if the American or English style suits you better, that's a start. Do you have any favorite commercial examples?
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My preference would be towards an English. ...King Henry
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Off the top of my head (my computer is down for the while and my recipes with it)

Try this:

18# Marris Otter
2# Brown Malt
(add some sugar if you want it dry or more ABV)
Mash at 149-151 depending on how dry you want it also.
90 min boil

1oz of Cent at 60
1oz of Cent at 10
1oz of Cent at dry hop

Sorry I dont have number since I can't get to my beersmith, but that should work for you. I am planning on doing something similar to this but with a higher OG and using EKG for the hops. If you have the software to check it, make it about 1.100 OG with about 60 IBU's from your first charge and the others should be good.
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I love american barleywines, my fav. commerical examples is bigfoot from sierra, oldfoghorn from anchor steam,old guardian form stone. But my request was does ant body have a timetested reciepe, something you have made a few times and are sure of!!
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Im for an American example also. Searching did net me much.
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Try this http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/can-...ardian-178349/
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Midwest Supplies has a SN Bigfoot Barley wine clone, more of an American Barley wine though. I brewed this one in November, transferred it to secondary ontop of oak cubes and let it sit for 7 months before bottlling it last week. http://www.midwestsupplies.com/catal...cat=&q=bigfoot
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Not to derail your thread stalewater but it looks consistent with recipes...a crap ton of base a few lbs of flavor, long boil and a ton of hops!


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