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Old 11-04-2005, 07:01 AM   #11
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I like "bitter beer face" when it's 'cause it's hoppy. But after two bottled batches (I'm still waiting on the pumpkin because I broke down and tried one and it wasn't to standard), I have to say, waiting makes it better. Chill. Chill a homebrew, or a good store-bought. Drink it. Chill again. Repeat as necessary.

Up next: Big Brew Off competition between me and Kaptain Karma as one team, and my two roommates as another--We'll be brewing Pale Ales with specifications on malts, hops, and total yeild to see who's version is better (and to end up with ten total gallons of great beer).
Also up soon: Belgian Dubbel
Primary: Grampa's Woodshed Apple Smoked Porter
Secondary: Zombiefoot California Common, Chocolate Strong Porter
Drinking: Seamus O'Drunkagan Irish Red, Humble Pie Imperial Stout, Capricorn IPA
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