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Old 04-01-2008, 08:34 AM   #1
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WTF do I do with these? I orded Summits from FH and they ended up never sending me the Summits- When I got a hold of them they had some issue and said they could sub the summit that they were now out of for nugget.

What good nugget recipies are out there?

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You are going to use them mainly as a bittering hop. You could probably use them in just about any American style beer. A source I just read catagoriezes them as herbal and a little spicy.

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Old 04-01-2008, 08:48 AM   #3
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I see

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+1 on bittering - I used them for a pale ale bittering and it turned out great. After smelling them and thinking about it - I wish I kept a little aside and did some aroma/flavor additions with them.

In fact, my brother just moved back up from Missouri and I had him over for a brew day and was showing him ingredients and he liked the aroma from the Nugget better than the Willamette.

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Maybe since finding Summits right now is damn near impossible I will use Nuggets for my Denali IPA in the recipie section

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I just brewed an all-Nugget PA/APA weekend before last. I bought a pound of them, and was using so little for bittering hops, I thought I'd just see what else they could do. The gravity sample tasted great after a week -- fairly spicy, just as described. I'll probably do a little dry-hopping with them, too, just for grins. Will report back when done.

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All Nugget IPAs work really well.

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i have some nugget rhizomes on the way, so it makes me very happy to read this

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I had a buddy buy like 10 oz. of nugget for 10 bucks at a small LHBS, we figure they were a couple years old....smell like doo doo. Anyway, use for bittering in just about anything, so long as your boil the heck out of em.

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I use an oz of nugget pellets in my american stout, with willamette flavor hops and I like the result very much.

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