How does the FG of the latter two beers compare to previous beers? Bitterness and astringency are more easily noticed in a drier beer over a sweeter one.
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Put this on the FB question you had, but The Post in Lafayette had some really good food, and beer. Brian Selders, previously at Dogfish Head, is the brewer. You would need a car or Uber to get there.
I liked the beer at 4 Noses up in Broomfield, but I think they use food trucks.
Sorry man, but nobody here is going to believe that you know what "it" is or that your friend can make "it" without research papers, backup data and triangle test.
On a different note, 30 min protein rest.
I've added one to my favorites list: Aberlour Scotch. I picked it up at Costco for ~$40. Very nice! For me just the right level of peatiness - which is to say not much.
There may be some truth to what you say but it in no way applies to me or do I think it applies to most folks here. I never brewed beer to save money. In fact, if you factor in the time it takes to brew a 5 or 10 gallon batch you aren't saving any money at all. But regardless, I have always enjoyed brewing, from the very first batch, for the sake of the craft itself. There is just something deeply satisfying in brewing.