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Old 09-16-2012, 05:57 PM   #11
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These harsh tannins, if one were to extract them. Being a new brewer, I am concerned I have done the same. However, if I infact did do this, how would I know for sure? What should I expect in the taste.
Ever had tea that had the tea bag in overly hot water for an extended period of time?

That dry astrigent taste.. Thats tannins.
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Old 09-16-2012, 06:18 PM   #12
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But then ya gotta throw in the river comment. Kinda destroys the peaceful, zen like mindset.
I happen to like the way the river tastes. (does that help?)
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I happen to like the way the river tastes. (does that help?)
Urp...no
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Ok, I was kidding. The Suwanee river tastes like swamp. Great river tho.
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