opinions: Am I supporting AB-Inbev if I finally use up the several Northern Brewer gift cards I've won as competition prizes (it's the only thing I've won more often than my 5 Beer Guns)
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BrewTan B - https://www.natural-specialities.com/PDF/Data-sheets/Brewtan%20B%20%20-%20Datasheet%20v1.0.pdf
if I brewed for the beer I could take the next decade off drinking the stuff - especially mead - that I've got.Yes, if we stopped now I still think we would have enough mead to last well into our dotage. I'm starting to turn some into brandy.
but at least it's not the 25 year supply I used to have.
Congrats on the BOS!
the interplay of sweet, acid, fruity, tannic, alcohol can be tricky to the palate.
Last fall had a delicious wildflower trad the maker insisted was 1.001. Beechum and AmandaK were there; tasted more like 1.010 to us but hey if he's certain, who am I to question it?
Have a blackcurrant melomel that's just a couple months old now. People are calling it barely off-dry. It's 1.025.
on a side note, Pete do you mind telling us *how* sweet you go with your cranberry?
We have really enjoyed Schramm's Black Agnes and Red Agnes. The acidity of the currants really offsets the residual sweetness. Maybe moreso in the Red.