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Old 02-06-2012, 05:33 PM   #1
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Default Changing Taste

I made a pale ale brewed with US-05 a while back, and I kegged it. I put about 32 oz of the ale into a bottle to share and stored it at room temperature for about 12 hours prior to re-cooling and then serving it. When I served it, it had some distinctly floral notes that it did not have straight out of the keg. My best guess is that I had an incomplete fermentation and it continued a little in the bottle, but it seems strange to be enough to impart a floral character when none was there before. Does anyone have any other ideas on what could cause it?


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