What You Don’t Know About the World’s Rarest Beers

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  • tlcombel.3b7243 posted 2 years ago

    OK so I follow liquor, but I know beer. If this kind of sensationalism is how you approach your loquor articles, then I don't need you.
    "...the rich brown Westy 12 is celebrated for its complex flavors of figs, raisins, dark chocolate and espresso—a blend that’s believed to be the result of the abbey’s natural yeast strains."

    1) it's called Special B. Plus age. It's a malt. Look it up. 2) vs. unnatural yeast strains?

    I can poke holes in all of this mysticism btw.

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