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Old 09-14-2013, 11:15 PM   #1
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Default Willamette APA

Just kinda threw this together because a friend gave me some Willamette he grew. Feel free to give input, I will be brewing this at some point next week.

8 lbs 2-Row
2 lbs Vienna
1 Caramel 40

1 oz Centennial (8.4% AA) at 60
1 oz Willamette at 15
1 oz Willamette at flameout

Nottingham Yeast

Expected OG: 1.055
Expected FG: 1.013
IBU: ~40



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I like it! It's sort of an American amber with an English hint.



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I considered adding a small amount of roasted barley to make it a true american amber/red

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Willamette = fuggles

Am I correct?

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Willamette = fuggles

Am I correct?
Willamette and fuggles are related and very similar but different. Willamette tends to be a bit fruitier in my experience.
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Tasting this now, came out awesome! May have to brew a batch with pellet willamette to compare the difference from wet to commercial hops! image-3264279961.jpgimage-12385390.jpg





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