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December 04, 1980 - Image 10

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Page 10-Thursday, December 4, 1980-The Michigan Daily

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If you can taste which beer is which,
you know beer every which way.

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he Master Brewer decides.
he Master Brewer determines how a beer will
aste. Brewers are constantly adjusting, experi-
menting, improving their beers. For example,
chlitz. Threeyears ago a Master Brewer came
ever to head up Schlitz. For 40 years Frank
ellinger had brewed
ome of the best
ers in America.
end he came
to Schlitz to
make his
best beer
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Three major premium beers h
different tastes. But if you cant
is Bud, Miller is Miller; and Sch
is Schlitz -blindfolded -
you are probably in the top
10% of expert beer tasters.
Like to test your taste?
Then, on with your
blindfold.

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taste that Bud
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Full
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Smooth

Mellow

Mild

Full
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Flat

Too
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Watery

Biting

Too
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Overly
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Bland

Place beers' numbers on each scale from
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The perfect beer is
the beer that tastes
perfect -to you.
Have a friend pour all
three beers into identical glasses
and label them 1, 2 and 3. Now you taste
and identify each beer. Whether you guess
all three brands right, or all three wrong, you'll know which
tastes best to you. Don't be surprised if it's not your brand.
To get a better picture of each beer's taste, rate its flavor
characteristics from 1 to 10 on the scale at the right.

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Beer #3

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The last word is yours.
To Frank's taste, today's Schlitz is
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But taste for yourself.Your
decision is what counts.

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What makes beers taste different?
Hops are a major factor. Too much hops can make a
beer bitter. Too little leaves it bland. Barley malt is important, too.
it gives a beer "body" and adds a mellowness.The balance
of the two is what makes a beer taste smooth.

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