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American Burleywine

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I started a thread over in Advanced recipes about American Burleywine a while back. I mixed a batch up last night and I can see it really does not qualify as "Advanced",  my apologies.  It'll be interesting to see how it develops over time. I have a 2nd kit here for American Burleywine because they were on sale.  And suggestions for changing up the next batch?  I really don't want to wait 6-12 months to start the next round.

 

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Well I think I might have an American barley wine something in the making. Something sitting in a whiskey barrel going on a year and a half taste something like a barley wine if you want to call it. It was originally a rum oak amber ale that developed a sour taste due to an infection at the time in secondary fermenter with the rum and oak chips. I had just dumped my whiskey barrel and decided to throw that in there just to keep liquid in it to keep it sealed. I tried a sampler last month out of curiosity and was surprised the sour taste has deminshed and it’s more a flavor of wine

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