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Old 03-28-2012, 02:55 AM   #221
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Hop Splits added to spreadsheet!
Nice, just added a few more #s of hops to my order.

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HU-90CAS Cascade
HU-90FGL Fuggle
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Old 03-28-2012, 12:31 PM   #222
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I'm planning on placing an order once I finish moving in the end of April to Ithaca. If I order 5 sacks of grain would there be a minimum on buying hops?

And is anyone else in that area that would want to carpool to pick up their order?
Welcome!

no minimum on hop buying if you participate in the grain buy at 5 bags. I will let the other folks answer you on the carpooling. We have folks from all over NY who participate so I am sure you will be able to work something out.
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Old 03-28-2012, 12:34 PM   #223
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HOPS

Copyright, I posted your changes to perle - I agree go with the UK version.

Did everyone update or check what they want on the hop section in the new order sheet? It should be current and up to date as of what I know, but please check under your name as I am removing the tracking sheet from post 2.
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Old 03-28-2012, 12:37 PM   #224
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Ok. I'm seriously thinking about this. Since getting into AG last September, I am brewing way more than anticipated, as SWMBO and I are drinking it way too fast. I have a demand to keep up with!!
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Old 03-28-2012, 12:50 PM   #225
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Decided to add some EKGs to my hop order.

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Decided to add some EKGs to my hop order.
Thats the spirit!

I added hallertaur hers and mittlefruh to the sheet as well as another ekg and cascade to my hops (i use a ton of ekg). I use a lot of hallertauer in hte spring and summer for bavarian hefe, blood orange hefe and sam adam's summer ale, etc.
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Added another lb of cascade.

Cidah, what do you use most out of whats on that list?

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Added another lb of cascade.

Cidah, what do you use most out of whats on that list?
Hey Jeff,

I use a lot of those hops in general actually, so the below will probably be only so helpful. If you like a certain style, that might be more helpful in my telling you what hops I use for that style. I have been putting EKG in a TON of brews lately. That hop is one I use a lot of batches, but in smaller doses (british styled brews).


There are some brews (IPAs, Pale Ales) that eat hops for breakfast (Celebration:centennial/cascade: Wry IPA: Mt. Hood/Columbus: Torpedo: Magnum/Crystal: Amarillo IPA: Amarillo), and a couple more. I will go through a half a pound or up to a lb of hops per 11g batch of one and/or each variety of some of the above brews.

Frequency brews (less hops per brew, but used in many batches) would be in this order of importance:
1. EKG - stouts/porters/english browns, altbiers, etc.
2. Wheats/hefes/dunkels/ etc. (Tett., hallertau hers and hallertau mittlefruh)
3. Northern brewer - stouts
4. Perle

On that list the hops I use the least would be:
Saaz (but I am getting into more and more lager ideas so I assume this will change)
Fuggle
Willamette

Never used:
Newport
Millennium
Warrior

With the hallertau, I sort have certain recipes that I really like to use each one for. It might be completely made up in my head, but when I am trying to accentuate fruit or citrus I use mittlefruh. When I go to accentuate malt character or spice I use hersbrucker in combination with tett. and/or sometimes perle. For some reason I am really convinced they are the "right" ways to get the best accent out of these hops.

I think Tett. and herbs (and perle) work exceptionally well together to get an american wheat; malt forward with some spice to it, like sam adams summer ale or similar.

for that hallertau if I had to pick just one I would go with mittlefruh just because I use more of it according to my notes. However in a pinch I have subbed one for the other to make up the difference in a batch I was short on.

Like others have said... I hate not having the right hops on hand. Time to bulk up on these!!
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Had a few changes on our sheet:

HU-90CLM Columbus 2
HU-90MTH Mt Hood 4
HU-90GSZ Saaz 3
HU-90GMG Magnum 3
HU-90EKG East Kent Golding 6 (over halfway there)
HU-90CAS Cascade 9 (almost closed)

HU-90CTP Centennial 4
HU-90FGL Fuggle 3
HU-90WLT Willamette 3
HU-90TNG Tettnang 3
HU-90NPT Newport 1
HU-90NBR Northern Brewer 3
HU-90MLM Millenium 1
HU-90GPR Perle 1
HU-90WAR Warrior 1
HU‐90MTF Mittlefruh 1
HU‐90HBR Hersbrucker 1

Keep those hops growing guys, you can't get 'em this cheap otherwise!

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By the way Jeff, not sure I said it yet... Thanks for adding that hop section to the order sheet - much appreciated!

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