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Beer Talk
9/23/2014 8:29:42 PM

I mostly eat vegetarian, and when Iím not I only eat vegetarians.
 
Beer Talk
9/23/2014 7:30:41 AM

[quote]Originally posted by levifunk Maybe we just need a "non-soured brett" tag and forget the education process behind 100% brett. [/quote] BUT SCIENCE! In all seriousn...
 
Site News
9/22/2014 9:39:47 PM

#100%brettsourbeeragedwithotherorganismsandtartfruitinanoakbarrelbro
 
Site News
9/22/2014 9:27:48 PM

#not100%brett
 
Beer Talk
9/22/2014 8:54:28 PM

Also, we canít discount species and strain variation here. For example, I could have cherry picked data and shown this figure instead, using Brett b. (A very common beer strain)
 
Beer Talk
9/22/2014 8:46:19 PM

I think "it depends" is the right answer here.

Are we going to use any perceptible acetic acid production as the determining factor in calling something a "sour ale&qu...
 
Beer Talk
9/22/2014 8:23:57 PM

As one example of what Iím refering too, here is a table from a publication looking at Brett fermentation of grape must


http://imgur.com/NQ9xnoY
 
Beer Talk
9/22/2014 8:18:10 PM

[quote]Originally posted by DA On Joeís Facebook post, is that really accurate? Brett can create some acids like acetic correct? Even though itís under sensory thresholds, isnít saying "b...
 
Beer Talk
9/22/2014 6:42:01 PM

Pretty sure they just get labeled as "saisons"
 
Beer Talk
9/22/2014 3:20:56 PM

[quote]Originally posted by DerWeg At least beer is a controlled expense as far as you are likely to consume it, not keep it all unused in a closet. [/quote] Speak for yourself.
 
Beer Talk
9/22/2014 12:17:31 PM

[quote]Originally posted by MatSciGuy [quote]Originally posted by levifunk The "100% Brett" tag should only be used for beers that are in fact 100% brett through and through....
 
Beer Talk
9/22/2014 9:44:35 AM

Additionally, the 100% Brett tag gets confused by the fact that many of the beers that are there and described as "sour" have a bunch of sour fruit or whatnot in them. (The WWB se...
 
Beer Talk
9/22/2014 8:19:16 AM

[quote]Originally posted by levifunk a few additional thoughts:

JoeT, the category is "Sour/Wild". It is much more palatable to see a 100% Brett beer in a category with th...
 
Beer Talk
9/21/2014 8:03:57 AM

[quote]Originally posted by jtclockwork [quote]Originally posted by WanderinCelt87 Was at the Kane brewing 3rd anniversary and I kept thinking of this thread. The guys in front of me w...
 
Beer Talk
9/19/2014 3:45:33 PM

[quote]Originally posted by 3fourths [quote]Originally posted by radarsock [quote]Originally posted by MarcdiMaria If you drive a car out of gas and you program to take the hig...
 
Beer Talk
9/18/2014 4:36:55 PM

[quote]Originally posted by smith4498
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Beer Talk
9/17/2014 9:51:38 AM

Last year there was a pumpkin beer at Darkness day that Iím told was really good.
 
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