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Old 05-29-2009, 01:21 AM   #1
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Default So it's true what they say about the last pint...

It *is* the best. I just kicked my keg of ESB and the quarter pint I managed to pull was fantastic.

Oh well. I'll just have to do with a pint of porter

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Old 05-29-2009, 02:45 AM   #2
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was yours a bunch clearer than the previous pints also? my last pint of a cream ale was clear as a bell and those that preceded it were not necessarily so.


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Yes! I noticed the pint I pulled last night was crystal clear.

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See I always get hosed. That last pull when the keg goes dry is full of foam, and ounce of beer, and a bunch of yeast. Rarely do I drink it.
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Huh. Mine had about 1/4 pint of beer. Lots of foam, yeah, but the beer was clear and delicious.

I had to move kegs around in the fridge to clean the ESB keg, and the porter feels like only a pint or two are left inside My lager is still lagering in there and my IPA has three weeks to go.

What will I do?!?

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You will reflect on why you didn't plan ahead better...
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Indeed. Although I didn't expect to tear through all 10 gallons this month. I shared more than anticipated

Ah well. I can take the opportunity to taste some new commercial brews.

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