Advent # 23 Muddy River - Nut Brown

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Re: Advent # 23 Muddy River - Nut Brown

Post by jmacdonald » Sun Dec 28, 2014 9:39 pm

CartoonCod wrote:Mine taste and smells like apple cider and is over carbonated. It's hard to pick out the malt character. This bottle is infected.
Mine had lots of carbonation as well. I am no expert on flavours, but there was something off about the taste as well.

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Post by SFR709 » Sun Jul 03, 2016 10:08 am

Hey Keith, I brought some of the batch of this that I made to a party last night, and everybody was really impressed by it. I only finished carbing it yesterday morning so I suspect it will just get better over the next week, thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Re: Advent # 23 Muddy River - Nut Brown

Post by Keith » Sun Jul 03, 2016 10:10 am

SFR709 wrote:Hey Keith, I brought some of the batch of this that I made to a party last night, and everybody was really impressed by it. I only finished carbing it yesterday morning so I suspect it will just get better over the next week, thanks for sharing the recipe!

Awesome glad it was a success!
Also try the recipe with about 1oz of whole coffee beans in the fermenter for about 5 days. Takes the beer to the next level.
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Re: Advent # 23 Muddy River - Nut Brown

Post by SFR709 » Sun Jul 03, 2016 10:58 am

Awesome I'll give that a try next time around. I was thinking of adding maple syrup to the chilled keg, but I tried a few 100ml samples with different amounts of syrup and couldn't strike the balance I was looking for. I few people talk about using fenugreek in place of maple syrup, that might be an experiment for another day.

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