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Old 11-04-2005, 06:01 AM   #11
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I like "bitter beer face" when it's 'cause it's hoppy. But after two bottled batches (I'm still waiting on the pumpkin because I broke down and tried one and it wasn't to standard), I have to say, waiting makes it better. Chill. Chill a homebrew, or a good store-bought. Drink it. Chill again. Repeat as necessary.


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