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Old 08-26-2009, 05:58 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by cactusgarrett View Post
Have you examined the same beers earlier in the bottle-life? Does the characteristic of carbondation change over time? From what i understand, "early" carbonation is bigger, broader bubbles, and given enough time they can become the more desired, smaller bubbles - possibly manifesting themselves in your creamier appearance.

I haven't done this. It's hard enough for me to wait the 3-4 weeks until they're ready without me getting a sneak peek!
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