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Old 02-22-2013, 09:12 PM   #1
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Hey all,

I am going to take a shot at an Old Rasputin Imperial Stout recipe this weekend.

I don't have any of the hops needed so I am going to sub:
Magnum (in place of Cluster)
Amarillo (in place of Centennial)

but what about the Northern Brewer hops? I have read so many different conflicting things---I have Fuggles, EKG, Willamette, Chinook, Columbus, Simcoe, Horizon, and Warrior.

What would you use for a flavor addition in place of Northern Brewer (id say 10 min or less) for a RIS?

I am leaning toward Chinook (because I have subbed this one before in a Stout and it turned out great) or possibly Willamette. Some of the guys at the BN say to use Simcoe in place of NB.....

Anyone care to chime in?

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Nugget, Chinook, Columbus, Bullion, Perle, Styrian Aurora

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From what I've tried in brewing so far, Chinook or Perle would probably be best. Simcoe alone seems a little aggressively flavored to directly substitute. If you went that route, I'd do Chinook/Perle with a little bit of Simcoe added, maybe a 3:1 ratio.

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I think I will go with Chinook....thanks!

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