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mikehahn
09/27/06 11:56 PM  
knucklehead note forgetter
Hi, here is my english barleywine recipe:

16 maris otter

2 beeston 26

1 biscuit

2 kent golding (first wort)

1 " " " 60

1 " " " 2

1 " " " dry

burton ale w/starter

caramelized 1 gal. wort in 15 gal. pot over jet burner

i used light malt and relied on the caramelization and long boil for the color

thanks guys, awesome swap part 2 ???

SteveG
09/28/06 09:30 AM  
Re: knucklehead note forgetter
>>burton ale w/starter<<

Never used this one, the write up on white labs site explains the fruitiness I was go on about! Beautiful beer.

Heard from 4 of 7, so far we have 3 possible dates for part deux.

Oh, one more thing. There is a way to paste into the text field after all. Right clicking does nothing, but SHIFT+INSERT does the trick.

 
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