Great combination in my opinion. I use them in my saison, and sometimes I throw some cascades in at about 1:2 ratio with EKG for an English bitter. The flavors and aroma are really complimentary.
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I wouldn't have drank Ballast Point before the buyout and don't plan on it afterwards. This isn't due to the business aspect of the deal but my lack of interest in their rather boring beers.
Not a fan of MO for American styles. Just a personal preference.
No, I am not the expert, claiming to be would only be a lie. However experts did write the rules, and those are what I based my answers on.
Here is my eternal debate. I have dedicated the better part of the last year, almost every free, waking moment to learn about this. This information does not come easy, its tireless work. I have a family, work, a life. Whats the price on that? Do I just give it all up for the sake of science? Would you even do it if I told you (i.e. would I be wasting my breath). My problem also involves me not fully being able to master it as well. Am I going down the wrong path, did I just steer you down the wrong path?
I think that now we can get back to the original topic which was, if I recall correctly, whether or not the Brewing Network should have one the COTY award.
Like I'd said, I wondered if the Aussies either had bad palates down there or just lower standards... Sounds like both!
Eric streaked the plate before before he applied the sanitizer.The ratio of dead cells to live cells is the only valid test for a sanitizer.