Arquebus

Summer Barleywine

An arquebus was a primitive firearm which came into use in the 15th Century, and was a predecessor to the musket and rifle. A smoothbore with a flared muzzle, similar but more refined and accurate than its predecessor the Blunderbuss (ah, there’s the thematic association, Blunderbuss being our winter barleywine…) it was capable of piercing the strong, full-plate armor worn into battle. So, you must wonder, what is a “Summer Barleywine?”

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Original Gravity
1.130/32.5*P

Final Gravity
1.130/32.5*P

Alcohol by Volume
14.0%