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Old 07-09-2011, 06:22 PM   #11
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If I recall correctly, dry hop 7 days in fermenter, then straight to bottle/keg.

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Old 07-09-2011, 08:08 PM   #12
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Thanks just brewed it up can't wait

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Old 07-09-2011, 09:19 PM   #13
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Bah-I can't type coherently sometimes.

Originally meant ferment for 7 days, dry hop for another 7 after that, then bottle/keg, but that seems a little quick to completely ferment out (now that I look at it), so I'd go 14 days before doing another 7 of dry hopping. Edited recipe to reflect this.

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Old 07-09-2011, 11:06 PM   #14
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Cool with a big beer like this would have figured at least 3 weeks. What do you think about secondary fermentor after 14 then dry hop for the 7 days. Figure it would give it time to clear out as well? Sample tasted good

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Old 07-10-2011, 12:26 AM   #15
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I hardly ever use a secondary (mostly because I only have one other bucket & I use it for bottling...!), but it's not a bad idea.

Good to hear someone else likes it, even flat & warm!

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I put together my own IIPA with an OG around 1.085 and 120 IBU, but I may tone it down and go with this recipe. Looks amazing. Thanks!

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I'm going to try and brew this tomorrow, but my LHBS was out of Amarillo and Simcoe hops. I picked up Ahtanum hops as a replacement, but I was wondering if you had any other suggestions? Also, when did you add the Irish Moss to the boil? Thanks.

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I've found that Chinook & Amarillo go well together, so I'd use some Chinook if you can't find Amarillo. Just use a bit less because Chinook's AA is around 13 compared to Amarillo's 8ish.

Also, I add my Irish Moss at 15 minutes left in the boil for every beer I brew.

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I've found that Chinook & Amarillo go well together, so I'd use some Chinook if you can't find Amarillo. Just use a bit less because Chinook's AA is around 13 compared to Amarillo's 8ish.

Also, I add my Irish Moss at 15 minutes left in the boil for every beer I brew.
I got a pound of Chinook (only amount they had at the LHBS) so I'm covered in that department, but I suppose I should have phrased my question a little better. It seems that the Amarillo and Simcoe are used more for aroma than flavoring (judging by the addition times), so I'm wondering what a good substitute for aroma hops would be in this instance and if Ahtanum would work? Is there anything else that might be a good substitute as well?

That should do it for rambling hops thoughts, and thanks for the help CTown!
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Just got done brewing this tonight. Went with Chinook for the 60 and 30 minute additions and used Ahtanum and Warrior hops for the 15 and 5 minute additions. This is my first attempt at brewing (brewed 2 batches of Mr. Beer before) so we will see how it turns out. Ended up with a 1.073 OG.

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