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comment Most common and obvious off-flavours for homebrewers
@Graham interesting - oversteeping then? I was still using a grain bag for what was essentially flour, which would have leaked heavily into the wort.
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comment Most common and obvious off-flavours for homebrewers
@Graham +1 for your excellent advice that was not in my introductory books :)
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comment Most common and obvious off-flavours for homebrewers
I've had flavours that I'd describe this way from having ground my steeping grains wayyyy too much.
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comment Homebrewing Glossary - Dictionary of Commonly-Used Terms
Agreed - I'm unable to set my own question as a wiki, though I can set the answer. And it does, though not every term is a tag & vice-versa. Maybe we could restrict this to non-tagged terms?
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Yep the hop muck stays in the bag. What doesn't is small and will settle out with the trub.
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