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  1. #11

    Quote Originally Posted by JIGSAW View Post
    Yea, after NEIPA stepped into the world of beer ... people got weird
    Once you have tasted a NEIPA you'll understand why people got weird..

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by JIGSAW View Post
    Yea, after NEIPA stepped into the world of beer ... people got weird

    Yep it seams that way. NEIPA's are great but maybe a bit over rated.
    Everyone must beleive in something, I beleive I'll have another beer

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    Look I like NEIPAs, more so than IPAs, TBH, but I don't see the huge fuss. Yes, it's good, but it's not like a staple beer you can have litres of.

    That being said, I should brew one. Soon. Summer is upon us. And with two more kegs now I have more than enough space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxxyc View Post
    ............, but it's not like a staple beer you can have litres of.
    SAY WHAT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexBrew View Post
    Look .. I haven't had a problem with oxidation yet.
    It's actually a lot harder than I thought. I've got an ANCIENT porter that has some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakeslouw View Post
    SAY WHAT?
    Not me, anyway. It "fills me up" quite fast, similar to a stout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxxyc View Post
    Not me, anyway. It "fills me up" quite fast, similar to a stout.
    All in your mind. A highly carbonated lager is worse.

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    I don't highly carbonate my beers at all. In fact I like them quite mellow. But yeah I think it's because of the stronger taste.

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by BeerHolic View Post
    Yep it seams that way. NEIPA's are great but maybe a bit over rated.
    I think it's the latest fashion.. like when 1 Direction released their first songs - everybody was singing along .. hahaha.

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    I brewed quite a few beers using low disolved oxygen brewing techniques and used SMB and ascorbic.

    Be careful of adding all sorts of additives just in case you might need it as insurance. All these additives mess with your beer chemically and biologically. In my experienced KISS and commonsence ensures the best results

    Rather ensure your brewing techniques is solid when brewing beers thats notoriously finicky ito shelf stability and NEIPA type beers that should be enjoyed as fresh as possible anyway.

    If you think NEIPA brewers are weird you should rub shoulders with the lodo guys. At a stage I drove myself up the walls with keeping O2 out of my brewing processes from as far back as treating mash water to all the way forward to getting the beer in the glass without O2 exposure

    Only treat half the batch with ascorbic acid, your beer might not oxidise after all and you might mistakenly think its as a result of the ascorbic that you added. Good luck

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