So the fermentation of my first attempt at a barleywine is basically done. It had a fairly healthy (by barleywine standards) hop addition near the end of the boil and I'm now tossing up whether I want to dry hop it. Normally I wouldn't dry hop something that's going to spend a lot of time in the bottle, but I was trying for a fairly hoppy beer. Is anybody going to notice the dry hop after 6 months in the bottle and would I just be wasting my time and hops? Recipe in case you're interested - https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/781860/barleywine Edit: I had thought about bulk aging it and then dry hopping just before bottling, but I don't have anything around at the moment for the bulk aging.