« on: July 11, 2015, 05:10:19 AM »
Kudos to everyone in involved in this experiment & others. I know its a ton of work and can further our interest in the hobby. As mentioned earlier in this thread, and in other discussions of experiments like this where there are two variations of one beer and a panel of tasters to gather the data, a truer result probably won't be known until this experiment is repeated with a variety of recipes. When you have results from just one beer, you can only really draw conclusions about that one beer; what you are really assessing is how well a population of people can taste the difference between that single beer. What we really need is tasting panels tasting maybe 5 or more recipes brewed by the methods here. Sounds like a multi-club experiment in the making.