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  • Beer & Brewing Glossary Tasting & Troubleshooting Terms

    Terms related to the tasting and troubleshooting of beer. Aroma, taste and flavor definitions along with definitions of specific troubleshooting terms (with suggested corrections if possible).

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    acacia (aroma)
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    Proper geekish beer term: Autolytic or Autolysed. Floweriness commonly associated with beers that have been aged on yeast too long. It can also sometimes be described as meaty
    accessible
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    A beer that is easy to drink
    aftertaste
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    A term for the taste left on the Palate after beer has been swallowed. Also called "finish"
    almondy (aroma)
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    Aromas of almonds or Marzipan
    amber
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    Describes the style or color of a beer between pale and dark, sometimes with a reddish hue.
    apple cider (aroma)
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    Proper geekish beer term: Acetaldehyde.? Using? refined sugar in recipe or some bacterial contamination
    aroma
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    The smell of a beer. The term bouquet can also be used
    astringent
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    An overly dry or astringent beer or a beer with harsh grainy flavor.
    baby diapers (aroma)
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    Proper geekish beer term: Enteric.? Bacterial contamination of some sort.
    balance
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    The combination and relationship of components in a beer. When neither the sweetness of malt nor the bitterness of hops predominates a beer is said to be well balanced.
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