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Old 08-26-2009, 04:30 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by agusus View Post

What?? You should tell them it smells delicious when brewing. It doesn't smell like a brewery, which most people think of smelling like a permanent malty and yeasty smell. The smells from homebrewing smell more like baking bread or roasting grains, and the smells dissipate within 30 minutes when you're done I've found.
What confuses me is that it smells very sweet to me and sweet is a big player in my house. I can't figure out why she doesn't like it that much. It seems to linger quite a while in my house, maybe a few hours. I'm not sure what will happen as the AC runs less and the air isn't filtered as much.

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