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Old 04-04-2011, 12:13 AM   #121
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OK, so I have never dry hopped in a keg before. Is it normal to be cloudy the whole time? This beer was clearing nicely before i added the hops. I put .5 oz in a tea ball.
I don't usually get it, but I know hops haze is common in dryhopped beers.
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Old 04-04-2011, 01:10 AM   #122
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I get hop haze quite often. I think it's polyphenols.

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Old 04-04-2011, 01:58 AM   #123
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Ok, thanks for the reply's. I'm hoping it goes away over time.

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Old 04-08-2011, 05:44 PM   #124
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Yoop. Looking for a good house APA and this looks like it will fit the bill. I have plugged in the recipe from Page 1 and adjusted for my system and the current AAs on the Cascades at my LHBS. Have you made any significant changes to the original? I did a quick scan through the other pages and did not see a new version of the recipe posted here anywhere.

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Old 04-08-2011, 06:46 PM   #125
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I won't answer for Yooper but since I made this my House ale I'll tell you what I did.

I swapped out the 60 minute 1 oz Cascade addition with .75 oz of a more aggressive bittering hop like Columbus or some Hercules if you can find it. (17.7%)

I love this beer. Every time.

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Thanks Bend. I was going to tinker with the hops a bit myself. I was mainly looking for some guidance on the grain bill and whether anybody has changed that appreciably

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I won't answer for Yooper but since I made this my House ale I'll tell you what I did.

I swapped out the 60 minute 1 oz Cascade addition with .75 oz of a more aggressive bittering hop like Columbus or some Hercules if you can find it. (17.7%)

I love this beer. Every time.
This is a great beer, I'm on the last few sixes of my first batch. However, I'm going to move in the opposite direction. Much as I love Cascades, my batch is much more IPA than PA, and I'll either drop the last ounce added or the dry hop.
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Old 04-08-2011, 09:26 PM   #128
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I've been making it exactly the same way each time! I haven't changed it a bit. I really like it the way it is.

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I've been making it exactly the same way each time! I haven't changed it a bit. I really like it the way it is.
So 100% cascades still? I like the cascades but have some amarillo on hand as well
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So 100% cascades still? I like the cascades but have some amarillo on hand as well
Yes, 100%, BUT I have a metric buttload of homegrown cascades to use.

I LOVE amarillo, and think that would be awesome in it as well!
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