« on: January 09, 2017, 12:45:16 PM »
I've never cared for mosaic. I like Amarillo, but it's not my favorite.My unpopular opinion is that too many people reach a comfort level in brewing, stop learning, and think polite praise is a sign of quality. A lot of homebrew sucks. (Not that I go around saying that).
And I don't like Amarillo and Mosaic.
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Seriously! Just because I don't overtly say your beer is s*** and I'm polite doesn't mean you should start a brewery.
And I may just be moving your direction on Mosaic... been struggling with that hop lately.New England, Hazy or Juicy IPA's are a fad that need to stay in 2016. Happy Brew Year.
Agreed. I expect them tp go the way of the Black IPA.
Not so funny story about cloudy NE beers. My local brew pub got a keg of 3F's Zombie Dust (Not a NE IPA) over the weekend. The first one was perfect and crystal clear. My second pour was very cloudy. I asked the bartender if the keg kicked on that pour. He said, "No. I just went back and lifted the keg to see how much was left. I must have kicked up the trub. It's actually better now that it's cloudy." Facepalm... No. Now I have one of the best and hard to get IPA's in the country that has yeast and whatever else unwanted sediment mixed up in it. These people believe that if you mix all the trub up, you get a "juicy NE IPA." I wanted to smack the guy.