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Questions about flavor and how it is influenced by various factors such as temperature and glassware.

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OG stands for "original gravity", which is the density of the liquid, before fermentation in the case of beer. Another "gravity" you may hear is "final gravity", or FG: the density of the beer after …
answered Feb 3 '14 by object88
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designed to allow the beer to taste its best at room temperature. As for a modern British beer, I suppose that would depend on what the brewer had in mind. That said, my general thought is that you … should drink a beer at the temperature you most like it, so the should part of your question is self-determined, and don't let anyone tell you that your taste buds are wrong. Myself, I tend to like my …
answered Jan 29 '14 by object88
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Yes. Taste is really smell, and different glasses can capture aromas differently. Furthermore, different aromas may be more or less present dependent upon temperature, and a glass may be crafted to …
answered Jan 21 '14 by object88