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Old 04-08-2011, 05:02 AM   #1
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For anybody who orders from Northern Brewer, do you know if their generic malt syrup (any style) is unhopped? I don't want to buy a hopped extract and the description says nothing about it being hopped or unhopped. The label does say 100% malted barley. Thanks!



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Old 04-08-2011, 05:26 AM   #2
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It's unhopped.



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Although I haven't gotten any from them yet, I am 99.9% sure that it is unhopped. From my experience if it isn't hopped it doesn't say anything but if it is then it is obviously said so.

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Most definitely not hopped. I'm on number 3 of 4 kits I got from them.

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Although I haven't gotten any from them yet, I am 99.9% sure that it is unhopped. From my experience if it isn't hopped it doesn't say anything but if it is then it is obviously said so.
Munton's LME does not clearly mark that it is hopped. Made that mistake recently. Thanks!
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Munton's LME does not clearly mark that it is hopped. Made that mistake recently. Thanks!
Weird the muntons i've seen say hopped amber or hopped dark in fairly big letters, maybe you get different stuff than I get here, great fermentations is where I go since its the closest drive

I have gotten briess the last couple times anyways though. I'd make sure to if I had made that mistake in the past. Would be an interesting surprise


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