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Old 01-04-2013, 02:40 AM   #21
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Currently my favorite combo is Columbus, Chinook and Simcoe. The flavor and aroma from this combo is amazing.

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Old 01-04-2013, 03:01 AM   #22
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Falconers and Southern Cross
Cascade and Summit

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Really into the falconers 7c's and cascade combo as of late. 1:1 ratio late and dry. I swear this tastes like oranges

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I make an IPA with Warrior ( my favorite hop), Amarillo and Willamette (flameout and dry hop) which consistently comes out sry tasty. I use 1 oz Warrior at 60 min and get ~ 60 IBU.

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I make a Double ipa I've been pretty fond of with warrior, amarillo, simcoe and palisades.

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I make a Double ipa I've been pretty fond of with warrior, amarillo, simcoe and palisades.
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Amarillo/Citra makes a great APA imo.

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I kind of like motueka and galaxy with amarillo.

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Nugget for bittering, Galaxy and Amarillo to finish and dry hop.

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I just did a citra simcoe Amarillo that is tasty.

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