This has nothing to do with beer. Or does it? There’s a fascinating article in the New York Times about how to best describe a wine. Certainly I’ve seen overly specific adjectives in reviews on sites like beeradvocate.com. For example, I pulled up a beer at random just now and the first review lists “buttered biscuits” as one of the flavors. What does that even mean? You’d think “bready” would suffice.
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