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Ok, the Pils is in, but German or North German rather than Bohemian or whatever the correct name is. I think it's the high bitterness that does it. Not that I've every knowingly tasted a commercial offering of either style but I guess that' s the fun of trying.
The bitter with the Gervin yeast has been in the keg a day and is cold but not very carbonated, bit of a bad idea really. The pint hasn't warmed up enough yet to really tell what it's .like. Initial indications are slightly more smooth / mellow / subdued ( if they're the right descriptors) than with W1968
Funny how warm flat beer tastes so good and cold flat beer tastes ... um ... not so good
back to the beer !