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Old 11-11-2012, 10:54 PM   #11
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if it tastes like crap now, will it taste like crap later?
Yes.

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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