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American Burleywine

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I've done some long term brews but never tried this recipe. American Burleywine. I know zero about it and don't believe I've even had a barleywine before. Any good or bad experience out there?

 

 

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2 hours ago, 76shovel said:

I've done some long term brews but never tried this recipe. American Burleywine. I know zero about it and don't believe I've even had a barleywine before. Any good or bad experience out there?

 

 

 

I enjoy it and still have about seven bottles on hand.  I recommend trying one right at minimum conditioning time, then periodically afterwards so you can see how it develops.  (Or just drink them all...it's quite tasty. :) )

I also recommend checking your final gravity to be sure fermentation is complete.  I had some swollen PET bottles a few days after bottling and had to vent them all.

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Well Shrike based on your recommendation and with the current sale on I ordered another American Burleywine.   For some reason my tastes have gone to the long term conditioning bold brews like Lock Stock and Barrel and a couple of variations thereof.   My basement shelves are filling up!  2019 might be a little fuzzy,  😉

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