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Old 11-08-2006, 07:28 PM   #31
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The ale came out great although not as hoppy as SNPA.

I don't have access to my brew notes at work, but my suspicion is that I probably didn't boil with enough water, so my hop utilization was low.

It was frikking 115, so I know for a fact that it was not a full volume boil.

I don't get out to bars as much as I used to so my exemplar was the bottled version and not the draft version.

If you do a search, there seems to be a debate about how the original SNPA recipe has changed over the years. Also, from what I remember Dude seems to be the resident expert on SNPA recipes.


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