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Old 12-05-2012, 04:14 PM   #11
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Update: The beer didn't improve with age. It's still good, but it got more bitter. I happened upon this thread by smoking hole

which basically says that blue corn is high in anthocyanin, and that ascorbic acid blocks the acrolein path. My blue corn CAP is all in bottles, so I don't have the easy option of adding any at this late stage, but I will try it next time.


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