Originally Posted by menerdari
I need to pay more attention to packaging, lesson learned.
I brewed a wheat beer with Mt Hood hops, the recipe and anline sources showed Mt hood to be 3.9 AA calculations got me around 13 IBUs which from what I can read is about right for this style beer,
Problem is after brewing I took a closer look and the Mt Hood hops I bought are actually 6.1 AA and will put me closer to 20 IBUs.
Question, how much difference in taste between 13 IBU and 20 IBU ?
Just to be safe, send a few bottles to me and I will assure its safety.
Last n brews in 2014: (P=Primary) (K=Keg) (B=Keg->Bottle)
6/13: Rolling Rock (P), 6/09: Yooper's Pale Ale (P), 5/27: Coumbus IPA (P), 5/17: Victory Hop Devil (K), 5/15: Summit MO SMASH (K), 5/12: Sierra Nevada Celebration (K), 5/03: Schwartzbeir (K),4/10: Birch Beer (Soda) (K), 3/31: Sierra Nevada Pale Ale (K), 3/25: Belgian Ale (SWMBO slayer) (B), 3/21: mrbowenz English IPA (B), 3/17: Mirror Pond Ale (K), 3/17: Blue Moon's "Old Country Cousin" (B), 3/15: Ballast Point Sculpin IPA (B),