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Old 12-27-2006, 05:27 AM   #11
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Well, my recipe (and attendant notes) are posted back in the original sweet potato ale thread. I will post a pic of finished bottle (and a glass o' the beaut) tomorrow.

Thanks for all your support on this one!

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Looking forward to those pics......I think come late August or September I'll have to take a shot at this brew, sounds tasty.

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Well, my recipe (and attendant notes) are posted back in the original sweet potato ale thread. I will post a pic of finished bottle (and a glass o' the beaut) tomorrow.

Thanks for all your support on this one!
Anxiously awaiting a pic of your finished product


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Originally Posted by clayof2day
I did one too, but I used 7 lbs. of sweet potatoes and I think the aroma and a little bit of flavor came through really well. I can post that recipe if you guys want.

Matt
Please post your recipe & procedures. I'm going to try this next fall at harvest time.
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