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General Category => General Homebrew Discussion => Topic started by: daniel_cerveza on October 10, 2017, 05:06:56 PM

Title: "Beer Floaties" in your beer: What they are and what they mean.
Post by: daniel_cerveza on October 10, 2017, 05:06:56 PM
Short story shorter: don't keep your beer around too long, and you probably won't see "beer floaties".

http://www.beersyndicate.com/blog/beer-floaties-floaters-and-snowflakes-oh-my/ (http://www.beersyndicate.com/blog/beer-floaties-floaters-and-snowflakes-oh-my/)
Title: Re: "Beer Floaties" in your beer: What they are and what they mean.
Post by: dls5492 on October 10, 2017, 07:34:27 PM
Thanks for posting. I haven't seen any in my beer, thankfully.
Title: Re: "Beer Floaties" in your beer: What they are and what they mean.
Post by: HoosierBrew on October 10, 2017, 07:40:47 PM
I always hold especially Belgian beers up to the light  before I buy them. Floaters are almost always a sign that the beer's best days are behind it and flavor is diminished IMO (even most aged ones).
Title: Re: "Beer Floaties" in your beer: What they are and what they mean.
Post by: curtdogg on October 10, 2017, 09:44:08 PM
I had a Delerium like that once. Cant really hold those up to the light. I wouldnt of bought it if i could see floaties.

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