Genius. Jim from Beerandwhiskeybros.com identifies some commonly found off-putting flavors in otherwise very well-made beers. I could not agree more – especially with the metallic taste. Tip: don’t drink beer out of mason jars.
Beyond TODAY is an extension of our weekly column for the TODAY Show food blog. Over there, I talk about how an off flavor ruined my last chance with a very highly regarded beer. Over here, we’re looking at other flavors that make a good beer taste bad (at least to me). Click here to check out Today’s Bites food blog.
I hate it when this happens – you’re taking a sip of a well made and a highly-regarded beer, when a flavor note leaps out at you and spoils the whole experience. From that moment forward, that flavor is all you can taste; it sits there like an 800 pound gorilla, pummeling the other nuances of the beer into the background. All you get is a mouthful of monkey.
Over many years of beer geekery, I have identified a few of these flavor fouling louts. I know that…
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