First, just to say, I love the beer - it can be a challenge to find in Canada, but I luckily live close enough to the border that trips can be made.
I grew up in Newfoundland, our easternmost province, where Bakeapples (cloudberries) are a wild berry that is considered one of the most precious provincial berries. Every year, I get several pounds of wild berries from a friend who picks them, and this year instead of my standard usages, I was hoping to use them in an imperial wheat (inspired, of course, by your beer which I was informed about when watching the doc "Beer Wars"). My intention is to do a ten gallon batch, and add the berries to the five gallon secondary, using another Newfoundland berry, the patridge berry (lingonberry in popular parlance) in the second five gallon.
However, both berries are relatively uncommon in forums so I was hoping you could share some of your experiences in using cloudberry, specifically how much you used, if you needed to offset the tartness of the berry with additional malts to make the beer sweeter, etc. As mentioned, I was planning on a lightly hopped imperial wheat, as I feel that it would be the best offset for these powerful berries.
Anyway, any assitance you could provide would be amazing... I bow to your experience :)