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 ====== Oxydendrum ====== ====== Oxydendrum ======
-**Style:** Belgian Strong ​(specialty)+**Style:​** ​Sour Mashed ​Belgian ​Dark Strong
  
-Bentleybrau Brewery'​s Oxydendrum+Bentleybrau Brewery'​s Oxydendrum ​\\ 
 +//To the buried that repose around us//.\\
  
 +A Belgian Dark Strong Ale, sour mashed, then aged on a bed of caramelized black cherries and Amontillado-soaked oak cubes.
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 +**Etymology** -- Oxydendrum arboreum, sole species of the Oxydendrum genus, commonly called the Sourwood tree, whose leaves very closely resemble the leaves of Prunus serotina, the black cherry tree.
  
 ===== All-Grain BIAB ===== ===== All-Grain BIAB =====
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 Mash Mash
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-         ​Name ​    ​Type     ​Amount ​     Temp    Target ​      ​Time +         ​Name ​       Type     ​Amount ​     Temp    Target ​      ​Time 
- ​Protein rest Infusion 10.385 gal 135.975 F 131.000 F 15.000 min + ​Protein rest    Infusion 10.385 gal 135.975 F 131.000 F 15.000 min 
- ​Amylase Rest Infusion ​ 0.000 tsp 156.000 F 150.000 F   1.500 hr+ ​Amylase Rest    Infusion ​ 0.000 tsp 156.000 F 150.000 F   1.500 hr 
 + Sour mash Temperature ​       1.000 gal       115 F   115 F 1.000 day
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 **Tasting Notes:** \\ **Tasting Notes:** \\
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