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Old 12-14-2006, 12:58 PM   #21
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Opened a new bottle of wine and got that wiff of bananas. It went away after two days of sitting. Had a porter that smelled like cider vinegar, so strong it made my eyes water. After three weeks in cold storage(50*f) it went away. You need to just let it sit for awhile, like coupe said. Check it in a few weeks and see what is going on.


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Old 12-18-2006, 02:27 PM   #22
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Opened a new bottle of wine and got that wiff of bananas. It went away after two days of sitting. Had a porter that smelled like cider vinegar, so strong it made my eyes water. After three weeks in cold storage(50*f) it went away. You need to just let it sit for awhile, like coupe said. Check it in a few weeks and see what is going on.
Hi,

tried it again today and it is definitely starting to clear and the taste is improving as well!!!

nice one! thanks for the help!!


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Old 12-19-2006, 12:56 PM   #23
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Glad to hear it! I know sometimes patience is the hardest thing when making beer. It is something I am learning too!


I make note of those off flavors and smells in my recipe "book" and the approx dates it was noticed, so if I make it again or use that same yeast i will remember and not panic all over again.
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Old 12-20-2006, 08:28 PM   #24
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Glad to hear it! I know sometimes patience is the hardest thing when making beer. It is something I am learning too!


I make note of those off flavors and smells in my recipe "book" and the approx dates it was noticed, so if I make it again or use that same yeast i will remember and not panic all over again.

yep, as the brew in question was my first that was not from a kit and had fresh hops in it, I was just not aware of what the right and wrong smells and tastes should be.

It all comes with experience I suppose and at least you get to drink beer whilst finding out!!
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