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Crisp-bitter & biscuity recommendations
|Posted by Nick B. (formerly in Erlangen) on 2019-06-03 08:45:39|
|Was it the lack of hoppiness or the lack of <4% ABV beer that I was so motivated by? Both. That was fun, having someone else try out my hausgebrautes ale. I've forgotten by now, if I was doing a proper secondary fermentation or not at that point. For a long time, I just bottled right after primary to shorten the process by a week or so, which resulted in very "farty" beer with a massive pile of sediment in the bottles.|
I took some of that sort of stuff to a bier café in Utrecht once...they dumped it. Way too fruity and funky from yeast for them. Prompted me to go back to doing a real secondary.
Griess and Loewenbraeu (Buttenheim) Kellerbier were often hoppy enough for me.
Ironically, now, even Koelsch seems bitter and hoppy to me. Next time I'm in England, I might be on the lager. Or cider. Or water.
|Crisp-bitter & biscuity recommendations by Barry Taylor on 2019-06-03 09:30:48|
|Crisp-bitter & biscuity recommendations by Nick B. (formerly in Erlangen) on 2019-06-05 01:54:14|
|Crisp-bitter & biscuity recommendations by Barry Taylor on 2019-06-05 02:52:26|
|Crisp-bitter & biscuity recommendations by Nick B. (formerly in Erlangen) on 2019-06-05 03:16:14|