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Old 12-22-2012, 04:14 PM   #21
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Yeah. It wasnt until I attempted your wet dry hopping method yesterday that I realized how dumb of a question that was.

I dont know what i was thinking because there would be no way of bagging two ounces of hop sludge.

Im interested to see how this method turns out in a batch of Two Hearted. It smelled good right before I plopped it in to the fermenter.
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Although, I suppose a person could bag the hops dry, steep them in the hot water, & then dump the whole mess into the fermenter if he/she is intent on bagging dry hops.
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Old 12-25-2012, 11:17 PM   #23
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Although, I suppose a person could bag the hops dry, steep them in the hot water, & then dump the whole mess into the fermenter if he/she is intent on bagging dry hops.
......seal the hops in a bag and put the sealed bag in the fermenter?

 
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I mean a mesh hop sack or bag or whatever. Not "sealed".
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I mean a mesh hop sack or bag or whatever. Not "sealed".


Yeah, a hop bag might work. I bet frozen warm hopped hops might be mush after the boil, but who cares!

Need to try this.

 
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I've been dry hopping in mesh bags because I was using whole hops and they don't like to sink. The mush from the warmed hop pellets sank after 5 days so no need when using this method with pellets. Just bottled the batch of Two Hearted clone. Smelled great! Love those Centennial!

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