From the HBD Archive
From: Joe <UKNALIS@VTVM1.CC.VT.EDU>
Subject: blackberry/honey beer
Date: 1989-12-29 19:05:18 GMT

I recently cooked up a batch of beer that contained 3lb of frozen black
berries and 1 lb of light honey. A can of light syrup and 2 oz of
williamette hops for good measure. I was borrowing technique from a recipie
in CJOH near Cherries in the snow (I can't remember the exact title). Well
everything is going ok, but the stuff is bubbling so slowly... It's been in
the secondary fermenter for a week now and is no slower/faster than when it
first went in. CJOH says 10-14 days in the secondary and to bottle when
the stuff shows signs of "clarity"(??). How do you see into a plastic bucket?

Anyway, anyone got any hints on how to deal with this bubbling baby of the
new year??

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