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Old 11-11-2012, 11:54 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by MGIG692 View Post
if it tastes like crap now, will it taste like crap later?

Some flavors mellow and meld, but if it tastes really bad now it won't magically get 100% better.

But it really depends on what the "crap" flavor is. If it's a bit too roasty, that will fade. If it's a bit yeasty, that will improve.

But if it's foul, due to contamination, a poor recipe, poor ingredients, etc, then it won't get much better and it may get worse.

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