Originally Posted by HomerJR
Just noticed there are 2 Centennial additions at 30 minutes. Changed the Centennial to 1/2 oz. at 60, 40, 20 minutes and flameout. Comes up with 98.5 IBU.
I've been eyeing this recipe for the past couple of months now and I've always been debating with myself where the second Centennial addition really goes. Posted here: http://www.brew365.com/beer_three_fl...readnaught.php
. I'm thinking it goes anywhere between 5 and 15 with my money being on 15.
Edit: entered these numbers in with the 15 minute addition and got 154.6 IBU's. Changing the Centennial to 60 instead of 15 made it 158.8 IBU's. Both of those are well over 98.5 IBU's. Makes me wonder how the hell our IBU calculations are so different.
Edit 2: nevermind, I entered in 3/4ths on the calculator instead of 0.75 and it must have calculated it as 3 or 4 oz. I get 78.9 when Centennial is at 60 and 74.7 when it is at 15. Since the 60 addition is closer to 100, I'd go with that.