... and the brewing of a beer with that characteristic to be sold at full price not a failing? I am reminded by Stan's post of the arc of a baseball in flight. The batter's hope is at its highest the point of concussion between bat and ball but the truth is only known when it either reaches the fence or nestles in the fielder's glove. As with the implications of points on that trajectory, why not with the hop? Rearrange the thought and consider a beer so infected that it needs to be downed in weeks or all the goodness is gone. I know the name for that.
Why Isn't Dramatic Hop Instability A Fault?
Posted by Alan McLeod on Wednesday, August 22, 2012 in Aged Beer, Ingredients, Techniques and Packaging - 13 comments