I would just drop it in the current fermenter and gently stir. Wait at least 24 hours before bottling. I usually wait longer than that for things to settle out a bit.
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Thanks for directing me to email John. As it turns out, the winner's page was wrong (now corrected) and I actually got a 2nd place. I guess I'm not the only one who likes my HiDO Barleywine.I have a question. I got my score sheets back from Indy and it states that my American Barleywine got second place, but on the winner's online page it has me down as third place. So, which one is it or do I have to wait for the ribbon
I would trust the winners page since the results get verified by the AHA. Error are more frequent in the cover sheet. But, I'd recommend emailing John Moorhead and asking about the discrepancy. Either way, congrats on advancing!
Scores from Seattle not bad, but nothing going thru.Those scores are great. I'm sure you were very close.
American Porter 30/29
English Barleywine 34/35
Barrel Aged Barleywine 40/42
Bière de Garde 43/44
The Porter was brewed big to go into a whiskey barrel (still in the barrel). This was bottled from what wouldn't fit. I'm still optimistic about barrel version. Maybe next year.
Thanks, just happy to make it. I can't tell you how many times I've gotten my score sheets back with the mini-BOS marked and no place awarded.Yay, I made it with a 3rd place for my American Barleywine.
Congrats...and with 31 entries in the category. Impressive! Good luck in the finals.
Oh yes, I love me some Flying Burrito Brothers.If you want good long-haired country music from that era, a far better choice is "The Gilded Palace of Sin" by the Flying Burrito Brothers. Heck, "Workingman's Dead" or "American Beauty" are better country than the Eagles.
Yeah, Gram Parsons was pretty cool, and I love the Dead.
There's a pretty good live album of the Flying Burrito Brothers at the Avalon Ballroom in 1969 when they opened for the Dead.