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Old 02-17-2008, 05:26 AM   #1
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Default March-April issue of BYO full of great hop info

Hop Survival Guide
Brew your way through the shortage
  • Substitution Strategies
  • New Recipes For New Varieties
  • Grow Your Own Hops
  • Profiles On Available Varieties
There is also a big Sparging article, A Comparison of Batch and Continuous Sparging

If you dont subscribe you might want to grab on at your LHBS
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Old 02-17-2008, 05:40 AM   #2
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Just found out from SWMBO that my issue came today. I'll have to give it a read.

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Old 02-17-2008, 05:51 AM   #3
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Hop Survival Guide
Brew your way through the shortage
  • Substitution Strategies
  • New Recipes For New Varieties
  • Grow Your Own Hops
  • Profiles On Available Varieties
There is also a big Sparging article, A Comparison of Batch and Continuous Sparging

If you dont subscribe you might want to grab on at your LHBS
I will go down and grab it but, can you tell me what they say about Perle, Because my LHBS is out and the last BYO I read about hops said that the Perle crop was fine.
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Old 02-17-2008, 02:20 PM   #4
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Perle (US) - Northern Brewer, Cluster, Galena, Chinook

Perle (German) - US Perle, Northern Brewer

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Perle (US) - Northern Brewer, Cluster, Galena, Chinook

Perle (German) - US Perle, Northern Brewer
I use US Perle but The Subs just arn't the same.
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I use US Perle but The Subs just arn't the same.
That's what the article recommended.
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That's what the article recommended.
oh ok gotcha thanks
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i hope mine comes in before my trip to Colorado....makes for some good reading on the plane.

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