Okay, it is time for me to dry hop my Belgian IPA. I took a sample for a gravity reading today, and, wow, was it tasty and very hoppy! . I used an once of Magnum for bittering and threw in an once of Centennial near the end of the boil. Going with a late addition hop method really made a difference.
I am loosely basing my recipe on Stone's Cali-Belique. Basically I started with a clone for Stone's IPA and used White Labs 545 Belgian Strong Ale for my yeast (awesome yeast strain, btw). It is now time to dry hop. I know Stone uses Chinook to dry hop the Cali-Belique, and I have an ounce of that. I want to use that in the dry hop, but I was thinking of using some additional hops as well (after all, I want this to be my recipe!) I have 1 oz of Citra and a half ounce each of Centennial and Cascade. What combinations and amounts would you go with here. I want a really nice aroma to go with this great-tasting beer!