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Old 02-23-2010, 03:38 PM   #11
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Depends on what you like to brew. I went with Cascade, Centennial & Magnum for IPA's.

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Wish I could find Glacier rhizomes. Anyone seen them?

Magnum is a definite so you can brew a harvest IPA with some certainty that it will have some bitterness.

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well just placed my order with Midwest - going for Cascade and Centennial (since I just had a bangin IPA made with them and I want to try and replicate it)

guess we will see how much of a green (or black) thumb I have!

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