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JeffB
08/06/09 12:21 AM  
Berliner Question (Possible Oxygenation)
I brewed my Berliner back a few months ago and I put it on tap on Monday and it is perfect, tart (not as sour as tankdeer's), perfect color, crisp and great on a hot day!

I went to blend some beers today and I had a 1/2 gallon growler (brown glass) of the berliner. When I poured it out into a glass it had a black tint to it, and the flavor was muted compared to the keg version. Is the color change due to oxidation or something else? The growler was stored cold most of the time.

tankdeer
08/06/09 02:22 PM  
Re: Berliner Question (Possible Oxygenation)
My guess would be oxidation.
 
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