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American Barleywine (5.25 US Gal) Extract Kit with Specialty Grains
American Barleywine (5.25 gal) Extract Kit
 
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American Barleywine (5.25 US Gal) Extract Kit with Specialty Grains

A well-hopped American interpretation of the strongest and richest of the English ales. Hop character is very evident throughout the flavour, but keeps its balance with a matching heavy malt base. Alcohol strength and hop bitterness combine to leave a very long finish. Strong and intense malt and hop flavours in this large brew. Sweetness is subtle. Resinous, pine, grapefruit and citrus hop flavour matched with caramel, bready malt flavour.
Est. ABV: 9% | Est. IBU: 82 | Recipe & Instructions

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Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

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Great kit, unique hops October 11, 2017
Reviewer: James Harron from Stittsville, ON Canada  
wrong kit, meant to review the all-grain kit.

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American Barleywine is very different from English October 5, 2013
Reviewer: Mark Healy from Calgary  
I made both an American and an English Barleywine this time. In stand up taste test I preferred the English. That said there is nothing wrong with the American. I found the extra hoppyness of the American didn't feel as balanced and smooth as the English. If I was a bigger fan of ultra hoppy IPA it might be a different story. For now I'm sticking to warm and malty flavor of the English


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