Originally Posted by Wyrmwood
clearing and filtering will alleviate any off tastes.
You would be surprised on what degasing does for it. There is so much CO2 in it that it makes it really acidic. The more gas you take out the better it taste.
If you pull a sample, poor it from one glass to another and back for a few mins and then let it sit for another 5 then taste it.
The carbon is is used to absorb fusel oils but if we limit the production and remove whats left as they form with stirring, they can be keep under control.