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Old 11-10-2011, 07:03 PM   #1
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looking to make an IPA in the near future and would like some suggestions on great hop combinations. was thinking about cascade, amarillo, sorachi for a citusy IPA? thanks for the advice.
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Old 11-10-2011, 07:19 PM   #2
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Sounds like a good combo to me. I used Columbus,Nugget,& Cascade in mine. Next time,I'm swapping the Nugget for Citra,another good IPA hop.
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Just made an APA with columbus and citra. It is one of the best APAs that I have made.

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I'm digging the Cascade-Chinook-Columbus trio lately (maybe 'cause that's what I've got in the freezer?)

Ask for it by name: "CasChinCo"

I'm talking about the Holy C Trinity here.

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I'm digging the Cascade-Chinook-Columbus trio lately (maybe 'cause that's what I've got in the freezer?)

Ask for it by name: "CasChinCo"

I'm talking about the Holy C Trinity here.
Hey another Sacramento brewer!

OP not sure if you have ever had green flashes west coast ipa but IMO it has one of the best hop profiles out there.



0.5oz simcoe @90m

0.25oz simcoe @60m

0.25oz columbus @60m

0.25oz simcoe @30m

0.25oz columbus @30m

0.75oz simcoe @15m

0.75oz columbus @15m

1oz cascade @10m

0.5oz columbus @1m

0.5oz simcoe @1m

0.5oz each of amarillo, simcoe, columbus, centennial, and cascade for dry hop.
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