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brewhead

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ok i am sure i am about to open a pandora's box of hell and damnation...but that's never stopped me before in 40 years so here goes.

i've tasted kegged

and i've tasted bottled

and i've got to say that i think there is a definite taste differance.

i think bottles taste way better.

kegging may be more convenient

but i think bottling lends itself to better taste...

what say ye?
 

andre the giant

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Kegging has some great benefits. I plan on switching to kegging at some point down the road. But I'll never totally give up bottling. Bottling is so portable, easy to share, and its just cool to have your own bottles.

Flavor wise, I think there are some differences, I like both just fine. I can't say that one is far superior to the other.
 
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