Originally Posted by Kaiser
Has anyone noticed this with commercial beers which we can assume to have a standardized CO2 content? At least for the large national brands. It certainly would make sense that beers seem more carbonated in Denver than on the coast.
But then shouldn't something we get from Denver be less carbonated here? Pick a random micro from Colorado..doesn't seem to be that way.
Phunhog, I ****ing love that town.