I have one ounce of Newport hops, AA% is 14%.
I can't remember why I bought them, or what I planned to do with them. I probably thought it was a great idea at the time of ordering, but have no clues as to what I would use them for. Any ideas?
I used Newport and Cascade in a fresh hop red in the fall. I really enjoyed it. I used it for both bittering and for late additions. Not sure that helps because fresh hop beers are so unique.
Used it in a I2PA clone. I would use it in place of Magnum for bittering a Sierra Nevada Pale Ale or thousands of other possibilities.
I used them to bitter my 999 barleywine. They gave a clean bitterness without any weird or harsh flavors.
I'm too lazy and have too many beers going to keep updating this!
Thanks! I was thinking that they'd make a clean bittering hop, but I have over a pound of magnum hops so I haven't thought about using them. Maybe for my next IPA, I will give them a try.
When I have leftover or extra ingredients this is what I do:
Head over to www.beertools.com
Click on "Recipe Library" on the left.
In the search section you can search the Library by ingredients.
When I search for Newport Hops I get the following results:Recipes using Newport Hops