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Old 03-01-2007, 06:44 PM   #1
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Default Dry Hop with Noble Hops

Does anyone ever dry hop with noble hops? I'm thinking a beer with Saaz or Hallertau as a dry hop might be quite tasty. It seems like dry hopping talk is almost always with American or sometimes British hops, I guess as those styles typically see more dry hopping.

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They have there place, in most cases noble hops are german hop and most german beers don't have alot of aroma, IMHO. Now a belgium pale ale could be mighty tasty with a dry hop of tett. Hey you might find out something new that turns into the big craze like continuous hop additions.

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Does anyone ever dry hop with noble hops? I'm thinking a beer with Saaz or Hallertau as a dry hop might be quite tasty. It seems like dry hopping talk is almost always with American or sometimes British hops, I guess as those styles typically see more dry hopping.
Go for it! Id use more than usuall, the Noble hops are more subtle than say an amarillo.
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I've used Saaz, but it takes a lot of it to come through. I think I ended up doing three batches of 1/2 each (for a week) in a Pale.

Magnum is a Hallertau mix that might be interesting.

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I've also used Saaz for dryhopping with good results, although the last time was out of necessity because I did not like the finish of my alt.

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