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Indian Brown Ale

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beersk:

--- Quote from: erockrph on December 24, 2012, 11:13:08 AM ---The dry hop aroma will fade with time. It could be that you're not used to drinking Indian Brown as fresh as it is when you brew it yourself.

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How quickly would it fade? Could it fade a noticeable amount in a week or two?

In The Sand:

--- Quote from: beersk on January 03, 2013, 12:59:28 PM ---
--- Quote from: erockrph on December 24, 2012, 11:13:08 AM ---The dry hop aroma will fade with time. It could be that you're not used to drinking Indian Brown as fresh as it is when you brew it yourself.

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How quickly would it fade? Could it fade a noticeable amount in a week or two?

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This did actually work. The hop aroma faded within a couple of days. Beer is good, but there is some weird aftertaste that I can't put my finger on.  I've never tasted diacetyl, and I don't think it tastes like butter or butterscotch.  It does have a noticeable amount of brown sugar flavor. Everyone that has had it likes it. Maybe it's all in my head.

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