recipe was formulated in beersmith and it said 49.1, hopville says 141. WOW
when I first brewed it, I had not planned the dry hop at all; thought that 49.1 (.830 ratio to OG) would be plenty. hydro reading at 10 days and there was very little bitterness and no hop flavor or aroma at all (used hop spider and that, I think, contributed to the lack of hoppyness). that's when I went to the LHBS and got the dry hops for it and threw them in for 7 days.
just had another one tonight after nearly 2 weeks in the bottle and I think it's turning out awesome.
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drinking: Sweetpea's Mock Maibock, BigHair Belgian Pale Ale, O'Rob's Irish Red, Rob's 50th SMaSH ESB, Feet & Ass Mild - bottle conditioning: CLB's Red Barley Wine, DB 8 Point IPA Clone - primary: Belgian Wit