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View Poll Results: Which hop(s) are your go-to choices for American IPA's? Multiple selections allowed
Horizon 4 17.39%
Warrior 10 43.48%
Galena 0 0%
Mosaic 7 30.43%
Ahtanum 6 26.09%
Magnum 9 39.13%
Glacier 2 8.70%
Palisade 6 26.09%
Belma 1 4.35%
Millenium 0 0%
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Old 03-04-2013, 07:57 PM   #1
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Default American IPA Hops (Round 2)

For a quick breakdown of what this thread is all about, see here: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/amer...nd-1-a-393287/

Ready up for a new round with new hop choices!! The total number of votes for each hop mentioned in all rounds will count toward making it into the FINALS.

ROUND 2
TRY TO LIMIT YOUR MULTIPLE CHOICES TO YOUR PERSONAL TOP 3 (OR FEWER)

Tell us why you decided on these hops in the comments.

The most noteworthy results for Round 1 were as follows:

1st place = Centennial
2nd place = Amarillo
3rd place = Simcoe
4th place = Citra & Cascade (TIE)
5th place = Columbus
6th place = Chinook

Nugget, Summit, and Apollo will most likely be eliminated in the FINALS.

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Interesting to see Centennial win the first round.

I would have guessed that it would turn out more like this:

1st place = Amarillo
2nd place = Simcoe
3rd place = Citra
4th place = Centennial
5th place = Columbus
6th place = Cascade
7th place = Chinook

I chose Warrior and Horizon for this round. They're both good at all points in the boil and dryhop.

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Old 03-05-2013, 04:59 PM   #3
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Warrior & Palisade since my go to is Warrior, Simcoe, Palisade.

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We need at least 38 more votes by the night of March 8th, when the poll closes.

It is your right to vote as a hophead

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Chinook, Magnum for their clean bittering qualities, and Amarillo for it's great aroma and dry hopping.

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15 votes so far. We need at least another 32 to proceed to the next round.

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I guess some people just don't like hops.

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I'm surprised more people didn't choose Chinook. It's available, cheap, works for bittering flavor and aroma. It seems kind of under appreciated to me. I've heard about the 'cat-pee' thing but never really picked that out myself.

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