For extract use 10.2 pounds of Light DME
For extract use 1 pounds of Munich LME
Mash grains at a ratio of 1qt/lb at 158 Fº for 60 minutes. Lauter, dissolve DME and bring to a boil.
Proceed with a 90 minute boil adding hops as per the schedule above.
Chill wort in the fermenter to 68F and pitch both vials of yeast. The fermentation will be violent so a blow-off tube is recommended. Ferment until the gravity stops dropping and is within 5 points of 1.020. If fermentation stalls halfway through, shake the fermenter to rouse the yeast or pitch a fresh vial of yeast.
Once fermentation is complete, rack to a secondary fermenter for 4-6 weeks before bottling. When priming, 1 cup of corn sugar or DME should suffice. The long aging time of Barleywines means less priming sugar is required as the yeast will have more time to convert any unfermented sugars. Once your Barleywine is bottled and sealed to your satisfaction, put them somewhere cool and dark and leave them for at least 6 months. After this aging, try and taste one every few months to see how the flavor changes with extended aging.