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Old 01-02-2013, 04:42 AM   #2401
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Don't waste your breath. Every single time people are told that the ridiculous comment is actually a legitimate off-flavor observation, they respond by assuring everyone that their beer was absolutely flawless.
Ohh, its most definitely flawless... Quite possibly the greatest beer in the whole world. Im seriously considering opening a brewery cause its that good, does anyone want to invest in me?

On a serious note, she does eat everything with lime juice on it so I suspected her taste buds could be off. Nevertheless I will continue to 'investigate'
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Old 01-02-2013, 05:00 AM   #2402
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Don't waste your breath. Every single time people are told that the ridiculous comment is actually a legitimate off-flavor observation, they respond by assuring everyone that their beer was absolutely flawless.
Brought a Scottish strong to a party this summer and someone mentioned bananas... I kinda snorted at it. Then, for the first time I tasted the banana and it became almost overpowering now that I knew it was there. Guess I fermented too warm after all...
My point being that the brewer sometimes misses their mistake until its pointed out by a third party.

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Old 01-02-2013, 11:28 PM   #2403
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Old 01-03-2013, 12:43 AM   #2404
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Old 01-03-2013, 03:31 PM   #2405
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My brother last week: after tasting a belgian white, could you make a light beer? I think most people probably drink light beer now

Me: well I think most people are idiots, I'm assuming by light beer you mean like bud light? Dude I'm not making watered down horse, urine I drink beer for taste not to drink 15...

I wouldn't have been so rude about it to anyone else, but this was coming from my own brother who I thought I had taught better. We also just are very Blunt with each other all the time anyway haha we never sugar coated anything at our house growing up. Besides who drinks a Belgian white and need something "lighter??"

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Old 01-03-2013, 03:37 PM   #2406
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My brother last week: could you make a light beer? I think most people probably drink light beer now

Me: well I think most people are idiots, I'm assuming by light beer you mean like bud light? Dude I'm not making horse, urine I drink beer for taste not to drink 15...

I wouldn't have been so rude about it to anyone else, but this was coming from my own brother who I thought I had taught better. We also just are very Blunt with each other all the time anyway haha we never sugar coated anything at our house growing up
I actually made an American Light Ale for my wife last year. It was delicious! The biggest positive was that it showed her how bad the BMC's were in comparrison. From there her taste for beer has only grown.
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Old 01-03-2013, 03:47 PM   #2407
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I actually made an American Light Ale for my wife last year. It was delicious! The biggest positive was that it showed her how bad the BMC's were in comparrison. From there her taste for beer has only grown.
Ya know I'm not really against American light - the style, and that is actually a really good idea I should try on him. I just took this comment as him basically asking me to do a bud light clone since he never buys anything else. I always thought it was just because he was cheap.

 
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Old 01-03-2013, 03:54 PM   #2408
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I also didn't consider the fact that if I do an American light I won't be using all the crap that makes it so cheap, so yeah I guess it probably still has potential to taste pretty good
Like what, specifically? What makes them so cheap is incredible efficiency and scale. Pabst, Miller and Coors took gold, silver and bronze at GABF this year.

 
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Old 01-03-2013, 04:08 PM   #2410
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In real life, when I can feel an argument breaking out for no reason over a topic as not-argument-worthy as beer I am often tempted to cut a loud, noxious fart.
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