It's hard to say for sure from the photo, but the bottle on the left looks like it's made with darker glass. Look at the glass in the space above the beer.
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My first three AG batches were blonde ales...
The first batch tasted like the garden hose I used to fill the HLT.
The second batch was grainy and astringent, because I oversparged.
The third batch was just right
I think the main thing to do is make something that she likes, whether that's beer, wine, cider, or sake.
I'm very lucky that the military provides us with an ability to receive homebrew supplies via the military postal service. I can't imagine what it must be like for the homebrewers living on the local economy. I have a red IPA sitting in a fermenter for the last week that has WLP-001 in it. I guess I could pull off a quart of that for a yeast starter.
Take care and thanks again for the info.
...Green meaning freshly picked - not actually green in color...
Meat sack come from the movie MIB.
There's laws that relate to how temperature, pressure, and volume interact to determine gas solubility in liquids...and I think they are laws which cannot be broken!