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Old 01-10-2013, 09:24 AM   #21
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thanks for posting the recipe, i will defo have a go at this!
just one thing, Styrian Goldings are apparently one of or a blend of three different hops, as per>TheMaltMiller
wierd huh! i wonder what is used in hobgoblin?
According to a podcast I heard a while back, with jeff drew, the headbrewer at wychwoods, he says they use cascade in hobgoblin.
I think he says this to throw people off the scent because on the brewery tour I had they say they use cascade in some of their brews, but went on to say that not in hobgoblin.
I used what they say on the bottle, and in my opinion it has come out exactly like yhe real deal.
I can recoment using the malt miller as I got loads of ingredient from their, and they have a huge selection of hops, grain and yeast.
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Old 01-10-2013, 09:32 AM   #22
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yeah, we only get the bottled stuff here. Scarecrow, Wychcraft, Hobgoblin, Fiddler's elbow? And I've had a few bottles of a Christmas ale a while back. haven't seen the King Goblin. You'll need to conjure up a recipe of it for me

Wonder if I could get away with using Fuggles and Kent Goldings for flavour/aroma and a small amount of Nugget for bittering. Not sure if I can get Styrian Goldings here at the moment.
I would say to, stick to the recipe but sub the styrian's for ekg only not adjusting amount, times or using nugget.
If it doesnt turn out then try to source styrians.
I love scarecrow to and may have a go at making this at some point.
the king goblin is almost the same as hobgoblin just a bit stronger at 6.7% I believe.
Is more of a darker bitter as it seems to be more highly hopped.
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