I bottled my belgian white. (Midwest kit)
It is crazy bitter. Like lingering aftertaste bitter.
I'm thinking its just green, but just wanted a expert opinion since I'm a newbie and I don't know what a green beer tastes like.
So lets explain incase anyone missed the original brew thread.
Kit is a Midwest kit.
Yeast is a dry yeast. Was hydrated before pitching.
Pitched at 75ish degrees.
Had some temp issues at first. Fermentation stalled d/t low temps 59-61 deg.
Submerged bucket and used an aquarium heater and fermented for 21 days at 75 deg.
Dry hopped with citra hops.
Bottled 2 days ago with 4.5 oz corn sugar.
Og was 1.044
FG was 1.010 steady for 3 days
So. The beer is very very young. This was more of an experiment than looking for a representation of the finished product.
Also, the thing is crazy carbed already. (See pic) am I going to have some bombs?
It also darker than its supposed to be, but I assume that's from the full boil instead of adding the extract late.