I appreciate that aspect of canning beer. I'm simply coming from a taste standpoint. I'm convinced that canning high quality beers negatively affects the taste of it. Does it in reality? I dunno. I just find it weird.
Post by badchoices on Jun 22, 2012 11:01:01 GMT -5
I get it. I have heard many people have that stance. Yesterday I had some Sierra Nevada Pale in cans and my brother and I were discussing how we thought that it tasted better in the can (than in bottle not on tap).
So I'll take that as a yes. And yeah FD I'm enjoying one right now!
That was a no. Some beers have floaters (yeast) due to the fact that they're bottle conditioning (fermentation in the bottle). Lagunitas Censored aka The Kronik aka Rich Copper Ale is not bottle conditioned. You drank or are drinking old beer.