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Old 04-23-2014, 10:19 PM   #21
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Thanks, I think I need to start refreshing my pages a little faster.

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Old 04-24-2014, 12:46 AM   #22
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Not to hijack but on the same lines does anyone know of any kind of list of what the particular characteristics of different hops are? As some have a piney scent while others are citrus.

Take a look @ www.hoplist.com


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Thanks for the awesome replies and great resources! I'll try to add more hops at first, I've been reading my ingredients could have a little more extra punch.

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As a general rule the buttering hops do go I early & the aroma hops later, BUT, some hop varieties lend themselves more to use for buttering, usually higher AA% while others are better used for aroma. Some varieties can be used for both.
Buttering hops.... is that where my diacetyl off flavors come from?

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