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Old 10-30-2011, 05:31 PM   #21
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Any update, Slofro? Like you I am not a fan of the Bard's Sorghum twang and am curious if your hopping was able to mask it.

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Old 10-31-2011, 01:16 PM   #22
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Any update, Slofro? Like you I am not a fan of the Bard's Sorghum twang and am curious if your hopping was able to mask it.
Well look at that, forgot to give an update. Sorry folks. Anyway, chilled a brew Friday, tried it side by side with Bards again (SWMBO wanted to see if she could pick which one was better). Much to my relief she picked mine. I promptly took a sip of each, poured the Bard's down the drain, and finished the homebrew.

Yesterday my friend who I made the GF batch for got to try it and she was more than happy with it. My brother in law also approved (he doesn't need the GF, just wanted to try it to compare to other homebrew).

All in all I'd say success. I might consider upping the maltodextrin next time, but who knows. Odds are I'll forget to buy more, realize I have 8oz at home yet and leave it at that.
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