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Old 01-05-2007, 01:47 AM   #11
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I tried a scottish ale chilled to 40 degrees. It is amazing just how much malt flavor is lost. I think it actually tolerable now. I wouldn't mind drinking it at this temp or just a wee bit higher. I am just not used to 55 degree ales yet! I also mixed it with a hoppy commercial beer, called 2 Below. It is a strong hoppy flavor beer and it mixed pretty well, again to my surprise. I guess I will just have to remember this in the future--try different ways of drinking something to find a nice medium! Thanks again for the help.


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