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mybluecyan
09/15/11 12:09 AM  
viscosity of sour beer
I have a blonde sour which was made from the dregs of cantillon, and russian river. I added watermellon juice after 3 months, and the beer is five months old. I bottled some and opened one this eve. It poured like motor oil. Very thick and gelatinous. Is this the 'ropey' stage or is it from the watermellon? I've never seen this type of viscosity in a beer. (Btw It does taste good.)
Mike T
09/15/11 08:48 AM  
Re: viscosity of sour beer
Sounds ropy to me (not surprising since both Cantillon and Russian River have Pedio that gets that way). Only happened to one of my beers, really weird to see/taste.
JoshK
09/16/11 10:26 AM  
Re: viscosity of sour beer
Do you taste any of the watermelon? Seems like it would have too soft a taste to be noticeable.
 
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