That green beer would been nice on St Patricks day
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This is the plan as well. It's just aging in the keg.Out of curiosity, if it is glorious now why not just bottle it and start drinking it? You can save some to see how it ages, and still enjoy it now.This is why I bottle mine every year. Then, after 2-5 years I have vertical tasting usually around the New Year.
Out of curiosity, if it is glorious now why not just bottle it and start drinking it? You can save some to see how it ages, and still enjoy it now.I see what you're saying. It's glorious in terms of malt flavor and mouth feel. I really didn't have super high expectations in those terms without a bit of aging, so I super hopped it. The hops can stand to tone down a touch. Right now it's probably more in the range of "imperial BW IPA." Another reason why I said fall instead of next spring. I like heavier beers in the fall too.
Nice. I don't think I'd have the willpower to age in a corny. too easy to sample without realizing how much is left.
OK, thanks for all the suggestions! I went with (4) 1/2 pound's of Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, and Columbus. They have a deal on this variety pack, 27.99.
I also had to tempt fate and pick up a little 2 oz. pack of Mosiac.
its best if you can aggregate with other brewers in the area - shipping the vials can be expensive.
You just need to send the labels.
are you serious? thanks! i just wish I hadn't recycled about 20 of them last year