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Old 10-18-2009, 12:27 AM   #1
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I made a Munich lager that is slightly under-hopped. Its not more bitterness that I want, it is that when I bring the glass up, I smell no hops. I have some cluster in the fridge, could I put this into the keg?

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Old 10-18-2009, 12:33 AM   #2
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get one of those tea balls and load some hops in there...

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or a muslin bag from your LHBS will work just fine also.

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get one of those tea balls and load some hops in there...

What kind of store would have something like that?
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Usually any big chain grocery store has them. I use one and they really bring some aroma to your glass.

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Old 10-18-2009, 12:51 AM   #6
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Usually any big chain grocery store has them. I use one and they really bring some aroma to your glass.
like a target or a wally mart?
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like a target or a wally mart?
yup. I think I saw one at TJ Max even.
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Yes Id try Wally World first.

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Yes Id try Wally World first.
Guys, SWMBO got the tea ball @ Wally world today. I loaded it up and tossed it in. (sanitized of course) 4 hrs later the bland Munich Lager has been transformed into a well balanced brew with little hoppy goodness that tickles your nose. Great job guys! Thanks to all that participated!
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Enjoy my friend!

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