[rescue] replacing an Ultra2
md.benson at gmail.com
Sun Apr 15 10:18:39 CDT 2007
On 15 Apr 2007, at 14:56, Steve Sandau wrote:
> I am more of a bitter drinker, so I understand the temperature thing,
> but I don't drink Guinness often, so I can't tell you. Seems a
> shame to
> drink Guinness fast anyway, now that you mention it.
It also has the undesirable side effect of making you feel quite ill
if you drink a significant volume in a short time.
> I just keep my homebrew kegs in the basement, so the beer is usually
> about 55-60 degrees. Really cold is only good for beer that tastes bad
No true. Good continental (European for those who don't live next to
the place) lagers and Corona Extra are best served cold and *do*
actually taste half-decent. Of course you comment is perfectly valid
in the case of mass-brewed commercial lagers from the US and UK -
most of them are... for want of a better term (and being polite
enough not to cuss)... crap.
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