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astringent bitterness

Discussion in 'All Grain Brewing' started by theredone, 6/9/19.

 

  1. theredone

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    Posted 3/10/19
    so quick update, sorry ive been away for a while.

    the last batch i have put down with aformentioned changes has come out without this strange bitterness.

    now.... i just wanted a quick cheep and easy recipe for this test so i dont know its a fair comparison, and i underbittered it a fair amount so its not what i was expecting to be looking at in terms of comparisons. its just an american wheat, being underbittered isnt the end of the world its quite a nice yeasty wheat experience non the less.

    ill do this again and up the hop additions to bring the style more so to what im looking for but touch wood one of the things i was doing (and now dont) was the issue.
     
  2. theredone

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    Posted 3/10/19
    thanks for the advice all
     
  3. OATY1KENOBE

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    Posted 9/10/19
    Yep, KegLand, Comes with spare tip and calibration powders.
     

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