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Old 04-14-2013, 11:38 PM   #11
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I use my 60 min bittering hop as my FWH. All of my late addition hops remain unchanged.
Ditto.

Was linked to this from Probrewer. Has some actual data which seems to be rare when discussing FWH.

http://kotmf.com/articles/fwh.php

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"...But we recommend that first wort hopping be carried out with at least 30% of the total hop addition, using the later aroma additions. [New paragraph] As far as the use of hops is concerned, the alpha-acid quantity should not be reduced even in the case of an improved bitterness utilisation. The results of the tastings showed that the bitterness of the beers is regarded as very good and also as very mild. A reduction of the hop quantity added [to compensate for the presence of more hops early in the boil--this note added by Dave, it is clear from the context of the preceding paragraphs] could result in the bitterness being excessively weakened, and the good "hop flavor impression" could be totally lost."
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Old 04-15-2013, 10:12 AM   #12
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This is what I do also.
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