Asutralian Pale Ale - Finally done!

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Asutralian Pale Ale - Finally done!

Postby solidghost » 16 Mar 2008, 09:26

Some pictures first:

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Site: http://www.autho-rity.info/2008/03/15/o ... home-brew/

Taste very clean and not too bitter, just what I wanted. I guess you could call this a session beer. Thanks to all that have helped. :mrgreen:
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Re: Asutralian Pale Ale - Finally done!

Postby Roger » 16 Mar 2008, 13:05

Looks like the head is not creamy but carbonation bubbles.
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Re: Asutralian Pale Ale - Finally done!

Postby solidghost » 16 Mar 2008, 14:13

Because the beer is warm?
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Re: Asutralian Pale Ale - Finally done!

Postby southernoise » 16 Mar 2008, 23:46

looks more like a "tarik-ed" head. keep it a while more. the bubbles should get finer.
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Re: Asutralian Pale Ale - Finally done!

Postby htkm » 18 Mar 2008, 08:53

Agree with Roger and Southernoise. The bubbles are too big. Need more time to condition.
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Re: Asutralian Pale Ale - Finally done!

Postby solidghost » 18 Mar 2008, 11:42

Okay, I will wait for one or two more weeks. Thanks!
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Re: Asutralian Pale Ale - Finally done!

Postby solidghost » 26 Mar 2008, 11:50

One of my friends comment that there is a slight sour taste to the beer. But I don't taste it much. A few of my friends said the some thing. What do you guys think is the cause of this? Improper sanitization? Or because it is just green?
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