Author Topic: home-made off-flavor kit  (Read 1985 times)

Offline santoch

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Re: home-made off-flavor kit
« Reply #15 on: June 27, 2015, 01:47:34 AM »
I always use Amstel Light when giving the off flavors class.  It's clean, it's consistent, it's cheap, it's everywhere, and you can recap the BROWN bottles, unlike most Cat 1A beers.  It's one of the best examples of that style that I've found.  Even the leftovers are pretty good on a hot summer day.

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Offline toby

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Re: home-made off-flavor kit
« Reply #16 on: June 27, 2015, 04:36:59 AM »
That was meant to be a joke :-( In Belgium you can only find Asahi in Japanese restaurants, where they are prohibitively expensive.
Moi, je ne connais pas.  ABInbev beers would be 'clean lagers', but I can't speak to their availability and cost in Belgium.  I would probably use Busch Light in a class here in the states.

Offline unclebrazzie

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Re: home-made off-flavor kit
« Reply #17 on: June 30, 2015, 12:28:34 PM »
That was meant to be a joke :-( In Belgium you can only find Asahi in Japanese restaurants, where they are prohibitively expensive.

I may be mistaken but I think you can find Asahi in Carrefour markets where they have a Sushi Daily stall.
If it's not actually Asahi, it will be some other substitutable Japano-German clean lager.
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