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Old 02-26-2013, 05:53 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by eastoftherivernile View Post
Hi guys,

Quick update for posterity. Sampled the brew today and it has hit my predicted FG of 1.014 giving around 70% attenuation. A quick taster reveals a beer that (although still very green) has a pleasant sweet ale flavour. Not fireworks but easily drinkable. I'll most likely run this a bit longer to let the yeast flocculate more and then cold crash and bottle.
That's what matters. My son was critiquing one of my beers once and then looked over at his quickly emptied glass and decided it was 'very drinkable'.


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