In the Keg or Bottle

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Re: In the Keg or Bottle

Post  Mike Philleo on Sun Jan 23, 2011 12:53 pm

Today, Mike Thomas and I will be kegging our respective halves of our split batch Belgian IPA, thusly named Bitter Belgian. Haven't taken a sample yet, so here's to hoping she's delicious!
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Post  dkwandt on Tue Jan 18, 2011 10:07 am

just kegged my IPA, sitting in the mashers kegerator. wort had great floral with a tad of earthy spice aroma, plenty of bitter in taste, i can not wit to try it carbonated!

side note A and C were floated, only B and D left started on D yesterday. mmmmmmmm
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In the Keg or Bottle

Post  Mike Philleo on Tue Jan 18, 2011 12:29 am

After searching the forums, I couldn't find a thread for recently kegged brews. I thought it'd be fun to add your impressions of any samples taken in the kegging process. Anyway, I'll start out with this one.

Randi and I just kegged my Dubbel Date Belgian style Ale brewed with organic dates. I apologize for essentially repeating what's on my FB, but this was the best description I could come up with after tasting the uncarbonated beer: "Possesses a light, delicate initial taste with floral and grain accents. The middle taste becomes phenolic and sweeter, with the dates becoming more heavy-handed. Finally, a balanced yeast profile fades to dark fruit and earthy leather."

(I also apologize in advance for essentially copying and pasting this from the MRM forum)
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