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A sharp, acid and often acrid taste. Sounds unpleasant but it is a valuable part of the taste of most beers and is required to balance the sweet malty flavours. Bitterness can be added to beer by the use of hops and roasted malts.
 
A sharp, acid and often acrid taste. Sounds unpleasant but it is a valuable part of the taste of most beers and is required to balance the sweet malty flavours. Bitterness can be added to beer by the use of hops and roasted malts.

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A sharp, acid and often acrid taste. Sounds unpleasant but it is a valuable part of the taste of most beers and is required to balance the sweet malty flavours. Bitterness can be added to beer by the use of hops and roasted malts.