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Possible to de-oxygenate and de-skunk a beer?

I think that's sort of like reversing a piece of wood in a fire being burnt. The beer has gone through chemical changes- it's nontrivial to reverse them. I'm not aware of any commercial or home-scale ...
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Possible to de-oxygenate and de-skunk a beer?

Cardboard flavours are not the result of oxygenation but of oxidation. Oxygen has chemically bonded to chemical compounds in the beer and permanently changed them. While this process should reversible ...
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Where tanins are good in beers?

You're absolutely right that tannins (a kind of polyphenol) are anti-oxidative and that increased levels in finished have been linked to a lower degree of beer staling (in this paper, for example). I'...
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