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Old 09-20-2013, 01:38 PM   #1
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HI, i have a muntons brown ale on the go. It's pretty well fermented out but the sample was a little weak in taste. Will it improve with more time or are there any tweeks that I can do now? It's not bad, just a tad watery tasting. If nothin else, i will make black velvets (poor mans). with cider

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Old 09-20-2013, 02:18 PM   #2
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That's called green beer. It will improve with carbonation and conditioning.

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So, it's bottled and primed, i had one with a leaky seal due to an old rubber. So when i heard the hissing, figured I might as well not waste time with that one and taste the product. To my surprize... It was already much better. So i re stoppered it and put it in the fridge and several hrs later, tasted even better. So I can only imagine, in a coup,e of weeks, with proper carbonation... It wil be quite nice! Phew!

In fermentor: festa brew wheat
In bottle: Munton's brown ale.
In preperation: 3 gal of apple cider
In preperation 6 gall of apple-pommegrante cider!

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Awesome, glad it's getting better

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