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Old 08-15-2010, 11:57 PM   #1
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Brewing a Chinook IPA using my home grown hops . Tell me what you think.

9 LBS. golden LME
2 LBS. light DME
12 oz. 60L
8 oz. victory
4 oz. aromatic
1 oz. chinook 10.2% AA 60 min. Store bought
1 oz. 20 home grown
1 oz. 10 home grown
1 oz. 5 home grown
1 oz. flame out.

Should i use any cascade hops to dry hop or will they take away from the chinook.

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It's a Chinook IPA. Go all Chinook!! whoo hoo!

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Looks awesome. If you want to dry hop, maybe use the 2 oz you have set aside for 5 min and flame out? Those are aroma hops anyway, so why not get the good ol' dry hop punch from them?

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I have a s#$t load of hops to use, I thought it was not a good idea to use home grown for dry hopping due to possible infection s from insects? if i were to use them should i use dried or fresh off the vine . I have plenty to go both ways.

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Homegrown Chinook is what I've been using. Has helped me make a pretty darned nice IPA. Absolutely yes use it for dry hopping too. Enjoy!

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Homegrown Chinook is what I've been using. Has helped me make a pretty darned nice IPA. Absolutely yes use it for dry hopping too. Enjoy!
+1, I used 8oz of Chinooks in my special red and it is awesome, you might try some FWH also, or hops in the mash, etc.
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