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Old 02-09-2013, 06:04 AM   #11
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All Brett B Trois Belgian IPA first tasting.

On the nose is slightly damp bread and ripe summer fruit preserve.
Minimal carbonation and a VERY cream mouth feel, reminds me of Dupont.
A lovely tart twang on the palate and a lingering chewy feel.
The high IBUs are but a faint tingle at the end, followed by toffee and prumes.
It is far more balanced and easy drinking than the 8.5% and 70+ IBUs should be.
It reminds me of a mix of Fresh Bass,Banks's Mild and Old Peculiar.
I am very impressed by this, to the point of being enamoured.
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Old 02-09-2013, 07:51 PM   #12
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Very interesting thread. I will be following along.
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I cant wait to see how this beer is in a few weeks and then months. I am still in awe of how good it turned out AND how i managed to build up enough yeast for it from almighty's oak cubes.
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A few weeks after the first bottle and there has been a flavour change.
The sweet breadiness is somewhat diminished and a HUGE tartness is coming to the forefront! The more the beer warms up,the more the tartness shines through. This is an amazing beer which is going to be hard to keep a hold of for very long.
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I got around to tasting the three way split the other evening before going away with work.
Check it out
http://badleebrewed.wordpress.com/20...ett-c-tasting/
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and here is the second of three gents
http://badleebrewed.wordpress.com/20...trois-tasting/
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I cant wait to see how this beer is in a few weeks and then months. I am still in awe of how good it turned out AND how i managed to build up enough yeast for it from almighty's oak cubes.
DId he send you oak cubes that had the cultures living in them?

Whoever you are, your an awesome dude! And a serious law breaker but who cares about cross continental microbe exchanges!!

Great thread, will be watching for updates
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Thank you very much.
Yes, he just sent me oak cubes that had been used to age beers with those Brett strains and it seems that the little buggers were hardy enough to live in/off the wood for long enough for me to bring back to life.
Here in Thailand laws are seen as mere guidelines that one may wish to follow, if there isn't something better to do.
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And here ladies and gents, is the long awaited part three;
http://badleebrewed.wordpress.com/20...t-mix-tasting/
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At long last I got around to tasting the last of these beers: the Oud Bruin.
Have a look see: http://badleebrewed.wordpress.com/20...bruin-tasting/
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