Wanted: a "not quite newbs" guide to beers to try, and what they're good examples of. "camelly", "hoppy", "bitter", "amber coloured"I'll admit that a lot of times we throw words out there as descriptions that may not even make sense to ourselves - I'm probably more guilty of this than anyone - so perhaps it makes sense to take a step backwards and explain things a little more.
I really liked this idea, enough so that I'm going to devote a post similar to our "Five Great Gateway Beers: The Hoosier Beer Geek Alternative" to it. But before I jump headfirst into buying (and, of course, drinking) the beer sources for that post, I'd like to make sure that I'm covering as many bases as possible.
That's why I'm asking our readers for any questions you may have - difficult questions, easy questions - remember, there are no stupid questions! Just bad teachers. Do you have confusion about "mouthfeel"? Do you have a hard time understanding "malty"? Don't get "footy"? Wondering what "nosefeel" is? Want to know which hop varieties are best for your complexion?
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