4 lbs 2row
.75oz 4% willamette @ 60 min
.75oz 4% willamette @ 10 min
1oz 4% willamette @ 1 min
mash at ~152
2.25 gal recipe
How does willamette taste all by itself? How does it taste for bittering?
Very floral with just a hint of the citrus character that American hop varietes are known for. I've never used it for bittering, but it's a smooth hop.
looks good to me I am going to come up with a recipe for an all willamette IPA I like how floral it is. Might take 6-8 oz but hey I can get a pound for 9.00 at my LHBS
Sounds nice, a Willamette Single Hop Pale Ale.
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cool. I'm brewing it up tomorrow then, should I dry hop with the willamette as well? or would they not lend much to dry hopping?
willamette is a good hop. it's an american variety of fuggle, basically. i always keep some around, since i buy it by the pound.
1: Yeti RIS clone
2: Mangrove Hefe
3: Barkshack Gingermead
4: Oatmeal Stout
5: Bavarian Wheat
6: Premium Lager
Fermenting: Concord Wine, ESB
How did this turn out?
it was pretty good and everyone I gave it to enjoyed it. super light obviously with good earthy flavor. easy drinking pale ale. I also dry hopped it with half ounce of willamette as well for a few days which gave it more character.