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Old 10-26-2009, 02:08 AM   #1
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Default Columbus hops (FFF Arctic Panzer Wolf DIPA)

So bottom line question I have is about the hops. Could care less about the recipe in total. I had a snifter of this DIPA tonight, and it's got this musty, earthy, mushroomy kinda aroma to it. I asked the bartender and he's pretty sure there's centennials in there - and I got the grapefruit coming thru but the other aromas pretty well detracted from the brew. (IMO) Could columbus give this flavor, or fuggles, or ??? What hops could/would give this aroma/flavor?

I asked the ECCENTRIC owner, who claimed to be the gardener and was quite interesting, but had no answer for me.

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Old 10-26-2009, 02:22 AM   #2
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I think fuggles is very earthy, columbus is piney and citrusy

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Old 10-26-2009, 02:58 AM   #3
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Yeah, fuggles or EKG is what I guessed. Found one description of the beer with a guy guessing Columbus. I don't know what happens to these flavors when you put in enough to get 100 IBU. The owner was pretty funny - but the hops are a secret apparantly.

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The nose is simcoe through and through

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Cool thanks - never used simcoe. Now I probably never will.

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