« on: April 26, 2013, 07:39:14 AM »
Well, I usually dump a 1/4 pint if it has sat longer than a day or so but seems like some beers go fouler a lot faster sitting in the line.
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Is the replacement line from a different batch? Sometimes you get a bad batch of tubing and it gives a bad flavor to the beer. That would explain "especially when it has sat in the line for a night or two". If it was the keg I would expect it to be uniformly bad.
I do not know.
It is hard to make bad beer these days. There is a lot of info out there. It is not mystery any more.
So solid beers are one of requirements but you need to give your consumer a message why they should buy your beer.
Your name and logo should project what you are all about.
What you can tell me about this one:
Won't argue with that b ut will point out that some of the absolute worst beers out there are homebrew, too.
exactly, if you have ever suffered my crap.
actually though, i get disappointed in the offerings when i go out. went out last night, and nearly every beer fell in to the light lagers, wheats, or flavored something or other, or some beer that is described as heavily hopped.. i am not a big fan of most of thesebeers because i think they just get the hell hopped out of them and taste like they were strained through asparagus. it is hard to find a dortmunder, a kolsch, a bock or a dunkel as is. the stouts and porters are all flavored with x, y, or z. eventually i noticed old rasputin which i like on the list and was happy. but come on.
The capitol dome looks Soviet? I suppose the red could use some blue to go along with it.
It does have a monumental looks, which I'm sure is intentional. DC is a government city, and I guess these days anything involving government has become looked at as (gasp) communism.