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Just kegged the American Pale Ale at 10 days, smelt nice. Cleaned unit, sanitised and have now put down a Bavarian Lager. Easy as.

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Just pour my first one nearly 6 weeks after fermentation. Looks great, smells citrusy with sweet background.

Taste of citrus, lemon?/grapefruit and not over powering. Has a bitter finish that is not overpowering nor does it linger. Refreshing brew, another good drop. B98F8439-2EDA-476E-8ECB-68F28B64661B.thumb.jpeg.81d623ce4069f16af3c683567c97fd39.jpeg524935F5-9C49-4638-B321-5539A724FEE9.thumb.jpeg.c703f5774e145e2eb39364733002a013.jpeg

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41 minutes ago, Rob Courtney said:

How does this rank against Cooper pale ale?

 

Did you prefer it?

Not as strong, less of an intense flavour and not as bitter in the finish. I like the Coopers Pale Ale however not a session drink for me, however the American Pale Ale is easy going, will be great in summer.

Cheers, Mark

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21 minutes ago, Rob Courtney said:

What did you think of the Bavarian?

Review just published today in Brewprint. “

“Put this one down on 28/5 and kegged on 7/6/19. This is a really crisp enjoyable lager. Sweet malty flavours backed with a slight herbal finish. This a brew anytime drink.”

Its a great drop and hoping the Belgian Lager you like is just as good. I would brew this one if I were you.

 
Edited by Barrelboy

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