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Old 01-10-2013, 01:22 AM   #91
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As for the hop additions, I understand that there are four over the course of 12 days. So am I correct with this schedule?

1st DH=Days 1-3
2nd DH=Days 4-6
3rd DH=Days 7-9
4th DH=Daus 10-12
This is the way I interpreted the dry hopping regime. The results were astounding.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:48 AM   #92
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From the podcast, you should start your first DH addition after your primary fermentation stops. I usually wait a week at least before hopping. Then space each addition three days apart.
I've made this recipe four times now, it's that good!

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From the podcast, you should start your first DH addition after your primary fermentation stops. I usually wait a week at least before hopping. Then space each addition three days apart.
I've made this recipe four times now, it's that good!
Sorry if this has been asked already, so the dry hop lasts a total of 12 days.
Do you bag each addition then take them out when the next addition goes in, or do all the additions stay in for the entire time? I only dry hop for 5 days max.... the first addition would be in for a total of 12 days, no grassy or vegetal flavors occuring from that length of time?
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Old 04-08-2013, 05:05 AM   #94
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like the thread idea, hope more recipes get added as they come along

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Sweet thread.

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Sorry if this has been asked already, so the dry hop lasts a total of 12 days.
Do you bag each addition then take them out when the next addition goes in, or do all the additions stay in for the entire time? I only dry hop for 5 days max.... the first addition would be in for a total of 12 days, no grassy or vegetal flavors occuring from that length of time?
I dry hop on top of dry hops, and I'm sure the brewery does also. No grassy flavors at all. I've heard from a few sources that you don't want to dry hop for more than two weeks to avoid grassy flavors and from all of the times I've brewed this at this point, I'd have to agree.
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Sorry if this has been asked already, so the dry hop lasts a total of 12 days.
Do you bag each addition then take them out when the next addition goes in, or do all the additions stay in for the entire time? I only dry hop for 5 days max.... the first addition would be in for a total of 12 days, no grassy or vegetal flavors occuring from that length of time?
I dry hopped on top of dry hop. Didnt oull them out. Beer was fantastic. Fastest keg i've kicked yet. No vegetal flavors at all.
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Sorry if this has been asked already, so the dry hop lasts a total of 12 days.
Do you bag each addition then take them out when the next addition goes in, or do all the additions stay in for the entire time? I only dry hop for 5 days max.... the first addition would be in for a total of 12 days, no grassy or vegetal flavors occuring from that length of time?
What they said. Leave 'em in there. It creates a depth of different flavor extractions. That being said, don't leave them all in there if you are dryhopping above 72 degrees. I do most of my dryhopping between 65-68 and have never had any problems with grassy flavors. Even up to 15 days on one addition. Cheers!
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I once left whole cone centennial dry hops In for 5 weeks. Not a typo. 5 weeks. Life got busy. I proceeded to enter that beer in a comp and won gold, best of show, $700, and scored a 43.5.

I currently practice 10 day dry hop. But you will be fine leaving them all in for the 12 days.

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