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Keith Yager
09/12/06 09:49 PM  
Blending Old/Young Belgians
I just started brewing belgians earlier this summer after reading BLAM (at least, I just started kind of knowing what I am doing)... I've been brewing 6 and 12 gallon batches and kegging or bottling 5 to 10 gallons and putting the left over beer in glass jugs to age. I've spiked a couple of them with brett and hoping to have a "library" of beers to blend eventually.

Anyone out there practice blending. I'm just shooting in the dark right now. I figure eventually I might come up with something interesting.

N8
09/13/06 01:40 AM  
Re: Blending Old/Young Belgians
That's an interesing idea, to just blindly save beers and blend later. I've blended beers that didn't work as themselves, such as a really bitter, hoppy beer with an unbalanced sweet brew. But not with infected beers.

I've got a brett beer going now, but it's fine just the way it is.

I'll be brewing a lambic this fall, but only figured i would be blending it with other lambics to make a gueze in about 3 years.

I definetly interested in your quest. Please keep us informed of your results.

 
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