So I tend to try to make a big winter beer every year that I can let age for a few months before consumption. This year I want to try my hand at an English Barleywine or Old Ale (I know there is a good amount of overlap so a hybrid of the two might be what I am looking for) but can not seem to put together a recipe I am confident in since I have never brewed a Barleywine before. Some specs I am looking for in this beer: OG: around 1.100 Thicker Mouthfeel English Ingredients - though I would not mind some High AA non english hops for the bittering addition All Grain I will be doing a 2.5 or 3 hour boil to really carmelize the sugars More than one malt as I plan on using MO or GP as my base but am not a fan of just using them on their own. Some of the nice dark fruit/tobacco flavors that come out in English Barleywines/Old Ales Not cloyingly sweet so I was thinking of using WLP007 as the yeast here I know that Brett can be in old ales but I am looking to avoid it in this case Hopefully some of you with some good recipes can help me out here. Also looking for ideal mash temp, I am thinking its probably in the 149 to 151 range as there will be a ton of sugars that need fermenting.