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Old 12-21-2012, 12:46 AM   #31
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I get what y'all are sayin. I'm just gettin the feeling we've been here before,revvs. But my batches have sometimes been that way. Time how well the priming solution mixes,etc. I'll shut up now...


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Old 12-21-2012, 12:52 AM   #32
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I had this same problem until I started stirring my beer.

Me too!


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...tasting a beer at 1 week, and again at 2....that to me just means there 2 less beers that are actually tasting good and are ready at the end.
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Old 12-21-2012, 12:56 AM   #33
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May I add that my personal experience says that the beer is typically carbed and ready to drink after three weeks... but often is longer before it truly hits its stride.

My advice to the OP? Wait a couple weeks longer than you have been waiting before you drink any beer. See if you don't get improvement.
This right here ^

I started giving the majority of my beers 4 weeks 'til time for the fridge and a week in there before it's time.
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...tasting a beer at 1 week, and again at 2....that to me just means there 2 less beers that are actually tasting good and are ready at the end.
"Anyway on the wall was this sign. People who drink light beer don't really like beer. They just like to piss a lot."

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Old 12-21-2012, 01:20 AM   #34
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I had this same problem until I started stirring my beer. Once the beer is in the bottling bucket with the sugar in it, stir very slowly, making sure not to aerate it. This made my batches more consistent. Just be sure not to stir it too hard. Hope this helps you with your next batch.
That helped me out greatly when I was first starting out. Revvy is correct on letting your bottles sit a few weeks before serving, too. It's hard to wait that long when your first starting out, I know. But it's worth it when ALL of your bottles taste good.
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Old 12-21-2012, 05:26 PM   #35
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Shooter and I seem to be the only people getting this.
Wow, this is the first time I've ever been accused of getting anything...sort of a banner moment for me!!
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I got what you guys were saying,I'm not that dense. But I understand where the op is comng from,& was trying to think of a good way to say it. Ambient air temp would effect the bottles in a mass storage device differently, to a small extent,from the outer perimeter to the center of the storage medium. I figured it also depends on how well the priming solution really mixes. Not how well it's imagined too. There are no absolutes other than the vodka.


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