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My first batch of brew

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I just tried a beer from my first batch ever brewed.  It was the Classic American Light that came with the kit and it was awesome (that is as awesome as a classic light beer can be)!!  Good color and tasted great!!

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2 hours ago, Palmetto Brew said:

I just tried a beer from my first batch ever brewed.  It was the Classic American Light that came with the kit and it was awesome (that is as awesome as a classic light beer can be)!!  Good color and tasted great!!

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That's quite an accomplishment! NOBODY enjoys CAL the 1st time, lol.

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6 hours ago, zorak1066 said:

less filling!

tastes ... great?

(old miller commercial from 1970s)

 

good job!

 

I remember those LOL!!

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7 hours ago, zorak1066 said:

less filling!

tastes ... great?

(old miller commercial from 1970s)

 

good job!

 

Hey, it wasn't just the 70s, I remember those from the 80s too!

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Use a chilled glass, i.e refrigerator, not a frozen glass, and you will be able to taste more of the beer.

 

Also, pour gently, not disturbing the trub at the bottom of the bottle, leaving a quarter inch behind (or stop pouring when it gets cloudy).

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1 hour ago, RickBeer said:

Use a chilled glass, i.e refrigerator, not a frozen glass, and you will be able to taste more of the beer.

 

Also, pour gently, not disturbing the trub at the bottom of the bottle, leaving a quarter inch behind (or stop pouring when it gets cloudy).

I was careful pouring the beer but I had not heard about the frozen glass thing, thanks for the info!

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