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Scaling from partial boil recipe to full
So for the NB Innkeeper, I've read the ibu's should be mid 30's, and their extract kits account for partial boil. The same additions once scaled for a 6 gallon boil shoots to mid 40's. I'm guessing ...
Mar 29 '12 at 15:32
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