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From: aem@mthvax.cs.miami.edu (a.e.mossberg)
Subject: Re: Corn sugar cidery?
Date: 1989-07-17 13:52:34 GMT

In HOMEBREW Digest #202, att!iwtio!korz@hplabs.HP.COM sez:

>Corn sugar tends to add a cidery flavor to your beer. It won't
>do much to your flavor when you use it for bottling, but anything
>more than a cup or two will change the flavor of the final product.

It's cane sugar that adds a cidery taste, not corn sugar.

aem
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