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Old 12-05-2009, 10:55 PM   #1
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I just tasted (and immediately dumped) my first infected commercial brew. It was a Nectar Ales IPA. 3 bottles into a sixer and the 4th was nasty! Super sweet banana taste. The 5th is fine. Hey, atleast I know what to hope my first batch doesn't taste like! The dog like it though!

On tap (finally!): Stone Ruination knockoff
Bottled: Irish Red Ale
Keg priming: Raspberry Hefeweizen
Keg priming: Modified Ed Wort's apfelwein (half apple cider)
Primary: Modified Ed Wort's apfelwein (1/3 pomegranate)
On deck: Pliny the Elder clone
On deck: Bad Monkey Super Charged IPA

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Old 12-06-2009, 12:09 AM   #2
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Maybe the other 5 are messed up and that one was the way they meant it to be.



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