Originally Posted by jamesjensen1068
I'm the type where I like to drink my beers during the process of making, at bottling time and during the 2 to 3 weeks of bottle conditioning.
Needless to say I've done the same thing with the Graff. After two weeks it's carbinated great.....but I must say I'm underwhelmed by the taste. It's not that its bad...it's just that so far I'm not saying, "Wow...I gotta have another one of those". Should I really expect much more change in taste in the following weeks???
I've done two batches, learning to sip this stuff. The second I had other things to drink and let it sit on the right tap for a few weeks, MAN was is smooth! You really had to "sip" it. BrandonO's Graff was so smooth that before you knew it, two pints were gone down your throat, you better have a backup plan. I need to make a batch....I am building a brew tree and will not brew until it is done. BUT! I can do a batch of graff right off the stove..hmmm