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Old 05-28-2009, 12:26 AM   #1
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Default A Hoppy Amber Wheat?

I have decided to move away from Pale Ales for my 4th AG and try a Wheat. But I would like to keep it hoppy if I can. (SWMBO is a Hop Hound) There are several Dark Wheat recipe kits out there that I would like to augment with a modest addition of hops, I just wasnt sure the best route.
I am sure there are hundreds of possibilities but I figured seeing a few examples would help. Anybody tried this lately?
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