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So let's break down in a little further detail, what, exactly, you're sniffin' for. Aroma is used mainly to describe the smells made by the malt, as well as any fermentation byproducts. Malt has an almost savory sweet smell; it's rich and complex and full of character, compared to, say, a cotton candy or kool-aid aroma, which can be produced when using sucrose, or cane, sugar. The difference between what type of sugar is used in your beer, as you know, is very important to the aroma, and, ultimately, the flavor, of the beer.
We're 2 weeks into our inaugural Mr.Beer Fantasy Football season, and after a rocky auto-draft we've sorted through the rubble to start rolling smoothly.
If you have Tom Brady as your QB, you're probably pretty thrilled. His 45 points through the first two games is easily tops in the league, with second place 7 points behind. 5 of the 8 teams that have Tom Brady are first or tied for first in our league, and can count on him to consistently deliver each week for them.
And how about Cam Newton? The rookie has thrown over 400 yards in each of his games, and Carolina fans have to be pretty happy. Other people who are happy? Those who have him in our league, and those who actually started him in either of these weeks - which were only two of you. I'm guessing he'll be starting for more teams going forward.