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Old 02-19-2008, 10:36 PM   #1
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I was wondering if anyone knew of a good concise chart(s) that showed which hop varieties are good for bittering, flavor, aroma, dry-hopping, etc. I have not been able to find something like this, and I feel hops are the one thing that I know pretty much nothing about when designing recipes. For some styles I know the "traditional" hops used, but seeing as there is a hop shortage I am always replacing hops for others. Thanks!

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Another great resource is the Northern Brewer catalogue, believe it or not! They have a list of all the hops, region grown, suitability, and possible substitutions. I saved the catalogue because of that (and they had a similar write up of all the grains). If you go to their website, find the phone number and call, I'm sure they'll send you a catalogue.

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Another great resource is the Northern Brewer catalogue, believe it or not! They have a list of all the hops, region grown, suitability, and possible substitutions. I saved the catalogue because of that (and they had a similar write up of all the grains). If you go to their website, find the phone number and call, I'm sure they'll send you a catalogue.
I need to do that! I feel like a hop moron!
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If your worried about replacing this months Brew Your Own has a chart with every variety and acceptable subs for that variety.

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If your worried about replacing this months Brew Your Own has a chart with every variety and acceptable subs for that variety.
Thanks! Whats funny is I just got my first magazine the day that I posted this. That is a very helpful chart!

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I have about 5 of their catalogs. Maybe I will design an 18x24 poster or something of hops



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