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Old 02-28-2008, 04:42 PM   #1
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Default Argentina Cascade, any good recipes?

these are pretty new to me, and considering they arent sub for american cascade, i was just wondering if any has used them and what they thought of them.

when i think cascade i think american pale ales and IPA's haha, so i'm having a hard time getting my head around maybe not using them in an APA or IPA.

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Old 02-28-2008, 07:06 PM   #2
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I poked folks about them a little while ago in this thread and no one seemed to know much about them. I think I'll have a chance to do something with them in a week or so. I was thinking about a Kölsch-like beer or something along those lines as a base beer, but with more hop character. I hope that will showcase the hops well.


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I have five ounces of AR Cascade in pellets @ 3.2% saved up.

I have been _thinking_ about using them in a PM oatmeal stout once I have enough AAUs in the freezer. Acutally I have enough for a basic PM, but I am looking at a bigger grain bill with a higher gravity boil....

I think an HBU for HBU take on EdWort's HausPale would showcase the bitter/flavor/ aroma components of the product very well. The AG version uses 13.2 HBUs total.

Personally I like beers bittered with nobles, but coming up with enough of them at 4 ounces per trip is a bother.

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Old 02-28-2008, 11:39 PM   #4
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I poked folks about them a little while ago in this thread and no one seemed to know much about them. I think I'll have a chance to do something with them in a week or so. I was thinking about a Kölsch-like beer or something along those lines as a base beer, but with more hop character. I hope that will showcase the hops well.


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i was sort of thinking a wheat like you talked about in your thread, or maybe a late add to an APA.

i'm pretty interested in using these, never know what it'll be, but it can't be that bad, haha.
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