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Old 09-02-2012, 11:52 PM   #1
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Default Need quick help with hop recommendation!

We just brewed a founders breakfast stout clone, and our wort was still running sweet so we decided to pull a second beer from the grains. The recipe is here: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f68/foun...-clone-139078/

We have a .5 oz nugget, .5 oz fuggle, and 1 oz styrian goldings hops left over. Any recommendations as to a hop schedule?? Thanks!!!

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Old 09-03-2012, 01:00 AM   #2
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Old 09-03-2012, 01:10 AM   #3
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Are you asking what hop schedule might be good for the second, small beer you pulled after getting all your wort for the stout?

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Not sure what volumes you ended up with, but I'd just target an IBU of 30-40. A single 60 minute addition would be fine or you could finish with a half oz of goldings if you prefer. Hitting the IBUs would be the most critial part. 75-10% of the OG is a good IBU target.

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Yes, the question was what sort of hop schedule we should use for the small beer we pulled from the stout. We did a 1oz 60 minute addition of styrian goldings and 1/2 oz fuggles at 15 minutes... along with a bit of bittersweet chocolate at 15 and some sumatra coffee at flameout. We will see...

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Good luck! Should be an interesting experiment. Out of curiosity, what was the original gravity of the small beer?

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Good luck! Should be an interesting experiment. Out of curiosity, what was the original gravity of the small beer?
Well, we ended up at 1.026. I think it's going to be a strange brew. A brew nonetheless. Looks like chocolate milk and we ended up with about 3 gallons. Maybe after trub and losses we will get 2.5 gallons of 3% beer. Let's hope it's tasty!
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