I have been Brewing with Mr.Beer for 2 or three years now but it really has picked up in the past year. I always have something fermenting carbonating or cold aging at all times. I have learned much about the brewing process in the past year and at this point I see no reason to use any other home brewing system then Mr.Beer.
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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.