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Old 03-16-2013, 01:27 AM   #1
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Default First SMaSH attempt.

So I'm trying my first SMaSH attempt. I'm going to use 13 lbs of base 2 row. After reading it seems I should have picked a more flavorful malt. Of well I here now. I have 6 oz of citra. I'm trying to think of a good hop schedule. Any suggestions

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Old 03-16-2013, 01:30 AM   #2
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So I'm trying my first SMaSH attempt. I'm going to use 13 lbs of base 2 row. After reading it seems I should have picked a more flavorful malt. Of well I here now. I have 6 oz of citra. I'm trying to think of a good hop schedule. Any suggestions
New Albion(the original craft beer) is a 2-row smash. It is pretty good.
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The New Albion recipe is here:
http://byo.com/component/k2/item/2797-new-albion

I suggest copying its hop schedule and replacing with Citra. It would be awesome. You will want to adjust for the different AA% between the two hops.

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Keep it simple, and let the citra shine.

1oz 15 minutes
1oz 10 minutes
1oz 5 minutes
1oz FO
dry hop with 2 oz.

not sure what the aa % for your citra is, but usually its about 14%, you should get about 55 ibus with this schedule, but since all the hops are added in the last 15 minutes, it should be a lot of flavor and aroma.

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Also ism using s04

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