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Tasting my uncarbonated beer: Bitter.
OK, so I'm now bottling my first batch. I opened the primary fermenter (did not use a secondary) and I've racked the beer to the bottling container. It smells hoppy and delicious. I'm pleased. I ...
Jan 23 '11 at 21:40
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