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Identifying Off-Flavors in Beer

Craft beer offers an extensive range of styles and flavors. The brewing process involves a multitude of complex steps, ingredients and procedures that can result in world-class beers or beers that contain inappropriate notes and off-flavors. Whether a person holds the position of brewer, server, beer judge or simply beer aficionado, knowledge can make beer appreciation more enjoyable and rewarding. Read on for an exploration of nine of the most common fermentation by-products and off-flavors found in modern craft beer.


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HOWIE's picture
Well done Owen, I might add in the Phenol section Cloro-phenols in water that has not had it's chorine or cloramines eliminated.

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HOWIE's picture
Well done Owen, I might add in the Phenol section Cloro-phenols in water that has not had it's chorine or cloramines eliminated.

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