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12/21/07 11:05 PM  
Re: Concorde grapes with Brett
While we're updating.....I bottled a tripel today that I added white wine grapes to, or rather the juice from those grapes. The particular variety I used has a flesh that is annoyingly gelatenous and I didn't want the skin tannin, so they were frozen and pressed into the fermented beer. Anyhoo, I added some chardonnay soaked oak cubes as well. It tastes very good, we'll see. It should be well aged by the time the sour ones are ready.

One of the sour grape-beers was racked of the red wine grapes/skins last week, and the other is still 'on' them. I tasted the one I racked, it tasted very good. A good balance between beer and wine - I got lucky in other words. We'll see how the other is after the new year. I was concerned that I left them too long, but based on the first - the second one should be fine until the new year. But they've both got a long way to go on the sour-funk level.

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