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Old 11-01-2010, 02:56 PM   #11
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Thanks Permo. Did you have much for KO hops? I put 1.5oz in @ 0min, so I'm wondering if 2oz would be too much, or just right!! Thanks again!

I'm still on the fence as to Simcoe/Cascade or Simcoe/Amarillo for the other batch.

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Thanks Permo. Did you have much for KO hops? I put 1.5oz in @ 0min, so I'm wondering if 2oz would be too much, or just right!! Thanks again!

I'm still on the fence as to Simcoe/Cascade or Simcoe/Amarillo for the other batch.
It Arrogant Bastard...it can never be too much!

My hop schedule for my last one with %11.5AA chinook was as follows

1 oz at 60
1 oz at 45
1 oz at 2
1 oz at 1
2 oz dry hop

It was bastardly awesome for about 3 weeks then the hops started to fade and it was so dry 1.011, that there wasn't really anything to fall back on once the hops were gone. I used pacman yeast and it dried her out a ton. I think one of the keys is WLP007.....
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It Arrogant Bastard...it can never be too much!

My hop schedule for my last one with %11.5AA chinook was as follows

1 oz at 60
1 oz at 45
1 oz at 2
1 oz at 1
2 oz dry hop

It was bastardly awesome for about 3 weeks then the hops started to fade and it was so dry 1.011, that there wasn't really anything to fall back on once the hops were gone. I used pacman yeast and it dried her out a ton. I think one of the keys is WLP007.....
FWIW, I went with this schedule on mine and it is maintaining it's hop flavor nicely, it has faded a little , but is holding up well at 7 weeks in the bottle. No Dry Hop, I used Wyeast 1098 British, which is in the same vein as WLP007. OG 1.070 FG 1.016, 7.1% ABV, 91 IBU's on paper

1 oz at 60
1 oz at 30
1 oz at 10
2 oz at 5
1 oz at FO
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Old 11-01-2010, 06:59 PM   #14
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I probably should have used a different yeast, and my IBU's came in a little shy. I've been lazy lately and have just been using S-05 so I don't have to make a starter, and just rehydrate. I started @ 1.081 with roughly 71IBUs. My OG is down to 1.017 on the smaller batch already! Hope it doesn't go much further...

I also skimped a little on the flavor/aroma hops, compared to your schedule, so maybe the 2oz of dry hops is in order.

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