A big wee heavy, like 1.120ish OG, doesn't start to taste good until it is at least 2 years old, IMO. Until then, it just tastes too sweet. Something good happens to them over time.
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That must be in reference to something in Dan's past but I am not familiar with it. I only bought 3 kits or so before I went to doing some clones, then on to All Grain, but I had no issues with those kits that I could detect as a newbie brewer. Or maybe its an inside joke I am not privy to, either way I think they are a great LHBS and now run a great tasting brewing operation that is spreading quickly through Cincinnati area. I would not hesitate to recommend them to any new brewer in the area, and their brewing education classes are run by Siamese Moose from here on the forum.
Classic American Pilsner wort has been boiling for 15 minutes now. Time to go add some
cat pissCluster hops.
You like those hops? I am sorry, but I am just not a fan.