Thanks Pete, knew there had to be more. They're gonna be in a bad place if they lose that case. Would not want to be the sales rep who is at the bottom of it whether they win or lose
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Jonathan, what does a little look like measurement wise in a typical 5 gallon batch if I ever feel the need to try this out?Maybe some wormwood? Just be careful, that stuff is nasty bitter.
a friend of mine puts alittle bit of wormwood in his pale ale and IPA. it adds a really braceing bitterness that's complimentary but different than hop bitterness... and the green fairies are entertaining too
Professor, what does your IPA look like that you can age it that long? Lots of hops, or more English IPA style and traditional? Just curious, as most want to drink their AIPAs as fresh as possible. Just looking for new alternativesRule #1: The beer in the keg will always achieve the perfect balance of flavor, carbonation, and clarity about 2 or 3 pints before it blows. RDWHAHB and build up an inventory.
I learned that very thing 25 years ago and ramped up my brewing so that I now always have a few cornies on hand that have had at least 8 to 10 weeks of quiet rest (and a lot longer for my IPA and Burton).
A little diligence and a lot of patience result in tasty rewards.