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<h1 id="message_view_subject">New Queenslander Bitter</h1> Thursday, 20 September, 2012 4:44 PM From: "David Blake" <daffyd185@yahoo.com.au> View contact details To: info@morgansbrewing.com.auSirs.

I have just tasted your new canned Queenslander Bitter (the one with the new plastic cap that is nigh on impossible to remove).

I noticed when I was brewing that the colour of the wort was paler than usual, and taste now confirms that the malt used in these new cans is not the same malt as in the old cans.

I should know, I have brewed over 200 batches of Queenslander Bitter.

The labelon the can states "Product of Australia", but I reckon this is imported Chinese malt, which you can obtain at a fraction of the local malt.

All in all, a wishy washy pale imitation of your once great and tasty Queenslander Bitter.

Any comments?

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Dave Blake
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Home Brewing for 40 years
 

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<h1 id="message_view_subject">New Queenslander Bitter</h1> Thursday, 20 September, 2012 4:44 PM From: "David Blake" <daffyd185@yahoo.com.au> View contact details To: info@morgansbrewing.com.auSirs.

I have just tasted your new canned Queenslander Bitter (the one with the new plastic cap that is nigh on impossible to remove).

I noticed when I was brewing that the colour of the wort was paler than usual, and taste now confirms that the malt used in these new cans is not the same malt as in the old cans.

I should know, I have brewed over 200 batches of Queenslander Bitter.

The labelon the can states "Product of Australia", but I reckon this is imported Chinese malt, which you can obtain at a fraction of the local malt.

All in all, a wishy washy pale imitation of your once great and tasty Queenslander Bitter.

Any comments?

regards
Dave Blake
ex-customer,
Home Brewing for 40 years
Might be time to move onwards and upwards. Fresh wort kits, or dare I suggest all grain brewing. You won't regret it.
 

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<h1 id="message_view_subject">New Queenslander Bitter</h1> Thursday, 20 September, 2012 4:44 PM From: "David Blake" <daffyd185@yahoo.com.au> View contact details To: info@morgansbrewing.com.auSirs.

I have just tasted your new canned Queenslander Bitter (the one with the new plastic cap that is nigh on impossible to remove).

I noticed when I was brewing that the colour of the wort was paler than usual, and taste now confirms that the malt used in these new cans is not the same malt as in the old cans.

I should know, I have brewed over 200 batches of Queenslander Bitter.

The labelon the can states "Product of Australia", but I reckon this is imported Chinese malt, which you can obtain at a fraction of the local malt.

All in all, a wishy washy pale imitation of your once great and tasty Queenslander Bitter.

Any comments?

regards
Dave Blake
ex-customer,
Home Brewing for 40 years
Hi Dave,so you love your Queensland Bitter {200 batches } i have only tried the Qld Gold & to my way of drinking it was not worth doing twice,but i don't think the boys at Coopers would let Morgans label "Product of Australia " if it wasn't.Their are some big fines for that shit these days + a lot more bad feedback as yours is.Let's see if Morgans repley, or Coopers take a look at the brew. :beerbang:
:beerbang: :excl:
 

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Flag this message<h1 id="message_view_subject">RE: New Queenslander Bitter</h1> Friday, 21 September, 2012 8:59 AM From: "Info Morgans Brewing" <info@morgansbrewing.com.au> Add sender to Contacts To: "'David Blake'" <daffyd185@yahoo.com.au>Hi David,

Thank you for your email. We are sorry to hear you are not satisfied with the product. We have only changed the label and the lids. The malt product is exactly the same product as it used to be. We do not import malt from China for our extracts. Queensland Bitter is manufactured in Australia using Australian malt barley and always has been.



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Morgan's Brewing Co. Pty Ltd

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www.morgansbrewing.com.au
 

The Big Burper

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Well, there ya go!

Maybe I've lost the plot.

Am I too old? Is it too late?
(Pink Floyd)


:ph34r:
 

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Maybe its the only fresh one you have ever had..... :ph34r:
 

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Running around over the same old ground, what have you found?
 

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