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Old 12-16-2012, 08:59 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by ayupbrewing View Post
Thanks. Maybe I don't understand, but isn't there a difference between AAU and A.A. AAU being a way to standardize hop A.A. content right? So I presume you meant A.A. Either way that's good enough I guess I will base the AAU off your average A.A. Any idea on your typical Saaz A.A. content?

The saaz have been low in the last few years, 2-4% AAU (U stands for "unit", a measurement of the alpha acids).
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