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Crisp-bitter & biscuity recommendations
Posted by Barry Taylor on 2019-06-01 02:31:37
Just checked back through your first postings.  You list quite a few places, I presume that these are meant to be examples of 'crisp-bitter and biscuity' but, really, none of these in my memory fit that description.  I think of Franken beers as rather 'soft' in taste, not bitter hopped but more 'flavour' hopped.

The lack of hoppiness used to be a regular complaint/comment from Nick (formerly of Erlangen!), who went so far as to brew his own beers, using a range of different hops.  A fond memory was his demonstration of his home-brewed beers when we were staying in Forchheim for the first time - all of them were very decent, except the one brewed with New Zealnd hops.  Remember that Nick? You had to leave the car with us and come back and collect it the following day!  Happy days.
               Crisp-bitter & biscuity recommendations by Nick B. (formerly in Erlangen) on  2019-06-03 08:45:39
                 Crisp-bitter & biscuity recommendations by Barry Taylor on  2019-06-03 09:30:48
                   Crisp-bitter & biscuity recommendations by Nick B. (formerly in Erlangen) on  2019-06-05 01:54:14
                     Crisp-bitter & biscuity recommendations by Barry Taylor on  2019-06-05 02:52:26
                       Crisp-bitter & biscuity recommendations by Nick B. (formerly in Erlangen) on  2019-06-05 03:16:14
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