Nelson Sauvin features fairly prominently in Shift lager from New Belgium. If you can sample one alongside a Sierra Nevada pale ale palate cleanser, that unmistakably fruity component in the Shift is your Nelson contribution.
I made an all-Nelson hopbursted wit last spring. There was no 60 minute addition, I just added something like 2-4 ounces of Nelson in the last 15 minutes. But because of the high AA% I still got a fair amount of bitterness (albeit a very soft, round bitterness). And then I dry hopped it with another ounce or two of Nelson for a week or so.
Man, it was something unique. It didn't taste like any beer I've ever had, more like a fizzy, hazy juice of grapes and berries. It ended up being quite a refreshing summertime beer, but I probably wouldn't go with so many late additions again. Next time around I would do a traditional bittering charge with something like Warrior or Chinook and then use the Nelson sparingly as a flavor hop. And maybe dry hop with a blend of Nelson and something citrusy.
I would definitely encourage you to do a single hop Nelson beer, though, especially if you've never tried the hop before! It has such a unique and unmistakable flavor and aroma. But remember, a little Nelson goes a looooong way.
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