I went to the Westchester Homebrewer’s Organization meeting last Wednesday and we tasted barleywines as the featured style. Big, strong beers, they develop with age. The British and American styles differ quite a bit, and I’ve put recipes for one of each on Hopville.
January 31, 2010
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