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> Taste of beer during secondary fermentation
post Dec 20 2013, 01:41 PM
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I have personal feeling, that holding beer longer during secondary fermentation gets its taste better. The beer bottled 2 month ago is better that the same, but bottled 2-3 weeks ago. Is it true? How long you keep your beer for secondary fermentation?
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post Dec 27 2013, 07:34 PM
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Most beers need some time for the flavors to mellow. Usually stronger beers and lagers need the most time to age. IPA is an example of a beer that is good after a shorter time (IMHO) as the delicate hop aromas tend to fade quickly. Also, English mild or Hefe-Weizen are beers that are good young. Not just any beer can be brewed, fermented, bottled, carbonated and drunk right away. Time is needed for conditioning.
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