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Old 07-15-2014, 08:09 PM   #21
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.5 oz Centennial 10AA FWH
.5 oz Tettnanger 4.5AA FWH
.5 oz Centennial 10AA 60 minutes
.5 oz Cascade 7AA 10 minute
1 oz Cascade 7AA Whirlpool
1 oz Centennial 10AA Whirlpool

This would be the updated hop schedule and according to the software I would get 100.62 IBU

Changing the .5 Centennial back to 10 minutes gives me 80.81
.5 oz Centennial 10AA FWH
.5 oz Tettnanger 4.5AA FWH
.5 oz Centennial 10AA 60 minutes
.5 oz Cascade 7AA 10 minute
1 oz Cascade 7AA Whirlpool
1 oz Centennial 10AA Whirlpool

This would be the updated hop schedule and according to the software I would get 100.62 IBU

Changing the .5 Centennial back to 10 minutes gives me 80.81[/QUOTE]

If you are doing FWH you don't really need the 60 min addition. If I were you, I would do:

0.5 oz Centennial FWH
0.5 oz Tettnanger 20 min
0.5 oz Centennial 15 min
0.5 oz Cascade 10 min
1 oz each Cascade and Centennial 30 min hop stand @ 180°F
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Sorry now I see where I am getting the different IBU Calculations.
I missed the 20 min Cascade addition I had... so this is what it would actually be

.5 oz Centennial 10AA FWH
.5 oz Tettnanger 4.5AA FWH
.5 oz Cascade 7AA 20 minute
.5 oz Centennial 10AA 10 minute
.5 oz Cascade 7AA 10 minute
1 oz Cascade 7AA Whirlpool (30 Minute @ 180 F)
1 oz Centennial 10AA Whirlpool (30 Minute @ 180 F)

How does this look now? Would you still suggest the Tettnanger @ 20 minutes?

Again I apologize for missing that 20 minute addition

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Sorry now I see where I am getting the different IBU Calculations.
I missed the 20 min Cascade addition I had... so this is what it would actually be

.5 oz Centennial 10AA FWH
.5 oz Tettnanger 4.5AA FWH
.5 oz Cascade 7AA 20 minute
.5 oz Centennial 10AA 10 minute
.5 oz Cascade 7AA 10 minute
1 oz Cascade 7AA Whirlpool (30 Minute @ 180 F)
1 oz Centennial 10AA Whirlpool (30 Minute @ 180 F)

How does this look now? Would you still suggest the Tettnanger @ 20 minutes?

Again I apologize for missing that 20 minute addition
In that case I would probably throw the tettnanger in at 15 min.
Or maybe do something like this:
.5 oz Centennial 10AA FWH
.5 oz Tettnanger 4.5AA 20 minute
.5 oz Centennial 10AA 15 minute
.5 oz Cascade 7AA 10 minute
.5 oz Cascade 7AA 5 minute
1 oz Cascade 7AA Whirlpool (30 Minute @ 180 F)
1 oz Centennial 10AA Whirlpool (30 Minute @ 180 F)

I prefer a staggered hop schedule like that for my IPAs. I think it gives great flavor and aroma while keeping the bitterness in check. This should still give you a nicely bitter IPA with great hop flavor and aroma.
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