Have you tried a milk stout? I didn't like the sound of it, but tried Left Hand's milk stout and found it not be so roasty like.
Have you tried a white IPA (wheat)?
You mentioned liking hoppy IPA's. I do as well, and when I first began I tried a balanced hopping approach (say 1.5 oz at 60/15/5 mins) vs what I figure most are doing, which I prefer, which is to use maybe 1 oz at 60, but 2 oz at 15/5 mins, which gives it more flavor instead of bitterness. I figure Ranger IPA is a fairly balanced hopped IPA, though I can't say it is. Which do you prefer?
What other styles do you appreciate? Brown's? Ambers? Wheats?
Originally Posted by Revvy
...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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