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Old 02-23-2008, 03:44 PM   #1
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Default I didn't remove the hops B/4 Primary

Looking over my steps of my first 5 gal. batch I realized that I left both the bittering and the finishing hops in my wort when I poured it into my primary.

Did I just make an EEEEE.S.B. ? Instead of an IPA.

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Old 02-23-2008, 04:12 PM   #2
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i left the hops in my nut brown ale because the insturctions didnt say anything about removing them. i hope i didnt ruin mine

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Looking over my steps of my first 5 gal. batch I realized that I left both the bittering and the finishing hops in my wort when I poured it into my primary.

Did I just make an EEEEE.S.B. ? Instead of an IPA.
You might want to rig a blow off tube. Other than that you should be good. The best IPA that I ever made was one where I accidentally left the hops.

If you are dryhopping you might want to rack to a secondary and then add the aroma hops in 10 days or so..
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