I brewed the base for a kriek last summer.I ended up getting way better efficiency than i anticipated and it came in at 1.064. I'm now getting ready to add cherries in a month or so and if i did my calculations right the kriek will be in the neighborhood of 10% abv if i add the 6lbs of cherries i originally planned on. so my question is should i just go for it and make a monster of a kriek, should i cut back on cherries, or should I drop the abv and increase volume by adding some sterile water (i'm against this option but open minded to suggestion)?
PrimaryLambic (WYeast blend), Local Lambic (spontaneous fermentation), Flanders Red with ECY02, Sour Rye (w/BugCounty)
SecondaryFlanders Red, Frambrozen, Grimm V2
Bottled Burton Ale, Wet Hopped IPA, Roese Kriek, "Grimm" RIS 23%, Saison Du Flood,"Warrior" IIPA 17%, "Oaked Warrior" IIPA 17%
Kegged Hip Hop IPA, Chocolate Cream Stout