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    I deleted it because I thought it might have a dumb question.
    Wondering if you purchased beer at the store that was chilled, then brought it home and did not refrigerate it, and it went to room temperature, and then you chill it again, whether you lose quality of the beer, by switching back and forth from cold, to lukewarm, and back to cold.
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    I doubt it would make much difference. Temp swings during the brewing process can make a huge difference and produce off flavors. I'm guessing though, if you put a blindfold on, and had people taste beers side by side, they wouldn't be able to tell a difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boone View Post
    Posted this awhile back on our other site and thought there might be a few here interested in homebrewing. I've taken a little break from the batch described below, but am going to brew 2 batches this weekend, a brown ale with some chocolate overtones and a british bitter.
    Can you do this, Boone ?

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    Recently saw an ad for an IPA made with Lucky Charms cereal and got me to thinking. I make a couple batches of beer every year for our late July beach trip. Going to do two cereal-infused beers for this year's vacation. Thinking the first one will be a milk stout using either Cocoa Puffs or Count Chockula cereal. 2nd beer is going to be a cream ale flavored with Captain Crunch.

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