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View Poll Results: What should the hops plan be for 07.07.07?
Seven different hop varieties 7 15.56%
Seven different hop additions 28 62.22%
Both 3 6.67%
Neither 7 15.56%
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Old 02-09-2007, 10:51 PM   #1
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Okay, I think seven grains is a sure thing at this point. Now we have to wrangle out the hops issue. Go ahead and post specific ideas after voting.

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Old 02-09-2007, 10:54 PM   #2
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1st voter - seven additions - no wait did I really want that? oh yea, I did. with a couple types of hops.

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Old 02-09-2007, 10:56 PM   #3
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Seven additions for me too.

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Me too! Seven additions with two or three different hops. Maybe one for bittering, and then two types with three additions each.

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Me too! Seven additions with two or three different hops. Maybe one for bittering, and then two types with three additions each.
I agree with Lorena, I think we need to come up with 3 different ones and do multible additions.
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Old 02-09-2007, 11:25 PM   #6
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It looks like, at least wth the early returns, that it's going to be 7 additions with a smaller variety. While not my first choice, it's probbaly more palatable and will really accentuate the solid maltiness of a 7-grain bill.

I'll be doing the 7-variety thing just for kicks if it doesn't end up being what the 7.7.7 vote turns out to be.

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What are we thinking for the hop additions? 60/45/30/15/5/0/Dry? I'd like to lobby for a FWH for the all-grainers instead of maybe the 45 minute addition. Obviously that wouldn't work for extract brewers.

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I'd say FWH/60/30/15/5/0/Dry or 60/30/15/10/5/0/Dry if FWH is out the window.

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7 additions at 10 minute intervals = more complete hop profile.

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Columbus, Simcoe, Amarillo ? Just a thought.

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