A note on SB²

February 19, 2008 at 12:12 pm Leave a comment


So I took my light braggot/pale ale to the last Liquid Poets meeting, and was very surprised to taste the ginger was quite pronounced in it. I have only been drinking it in the Tap-A-Draft 6 liter bottles, and I am thinking that out of the bottle (normal beer bottles) it somehow picked up more of it. I’m not sure if that is really possible, maybe it just stuck out because I was trying to taste it critically and picked up on it…It’s amazing how different beer can taste in different circumstance. For example, I have been drinking just my SB² lately and then had some Buttface Amber at CB & Potts (The Ram for you Westerners) and it tasted very toasty, much more than I ever remember. I actually thought it was an odd batch until I thought about it for a second. It shed a new light on Ambers for me though.

I will also post this in the original SB² post. That is, after I go pour myself some.

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