Sweet taste bass ale

What went wrong? Was this supposed to happen? Should I throw it out? What do I do now?

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andybrew2010
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Sweet taste bass ale

Post by andybrew2010 » Tue Jun 22, 2010 8:44 pm

So I brewed a bass ale clone. Ingredients from a few different sources so no problem there. I can post them if you think it will help. Anyway, I used my same techniques and no chance of contamination. One week primary. 2.5 weeks secondary. Kegged and carbonated. Now tastes sweet and a little off. Any suggestions?

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Re: Sweet taste bass ale

Post by conman » Tue Jun 22, 2010 11:29 pm

andybrew2010 wrote:So I brewed a bass ale clone. Ingredients from a few different sources so no problem there. I can post them if you think it will help. Anyway, I used my same techniques and no chance of contamination. One week primary. 2.5 weeks secondary. Kegged and carbonated. Now tastes sweet and a little off. Any suggestions?
what yeast did you use?
and by off, do you mean it tastes funky or just not exactly like a Bass?
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