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Old 03-16-2011, 02:45 PM   #51
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Originally Posted by Jota21 View Post
I'd like to see this theory put to the test... My prediction is that unless it comes out of the can/bottle that he is used to drinking, he wont like it.

My senior marketing project in college was this exact experiment.

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So then he should bottle it in the aluminum bottles. That way there will be no telling the difference.
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I'll make my buddy do it with me next time. That'll make me go harder at it.
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Old 03-16-2011, 03:01 PM   #52
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Originally Posted by Ace_Club View Post
Why not attempt to brew a BMC clone? Not only would it be something your FIL would drink, it would most likely impress him and be a demanding test of your brewing skills.
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I'm getting ingredients in the mail today, and I can't even taste my beer yet. What should I do?
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I would make a yeast starter, and pitch it into your mailbox.
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Old 03-16-2011, 03:12 PM   #53
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Originally Posted by DunklesWeissbier View Post
I've never had a fresh Bit so I can't say. I think the stuff he got was on sale and had been sitting in the store for who knows how long. Could be why it tasted like A$$.
I have poured out old Bitburger. I don't know what A$$ tastes like, but is sounds like a good description.

In Germany, fresh vom Fass, it's a pretty decent German Pils. Light, crisp and as the Germans say, Herb which means it has a good hop nose & flavor.

They've been brewing since 1817 and I'll take a cold fresh one anytime.
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Nope. I was in Bamberg at the time. I loved everything produced by Gebruder Maisels GMBH. Just couldn't hack Bittburger.

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Maybe they where just tasting dirty tap lines

I was at a red robins a couple of weeks ago(first and last time). Noble pils was the only thing good on tap so that is what I ordered. It was ok but nothing to write home about. I don't see how they got sour out of it and there was very little bitterness I thought.

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