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Old 01-31-2010, 02:02 PM   #1
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When is this done? The recipe calls for a 1/4 oz of hops to be steeped but doesn't say when, just says hop additions made as stated above. On the ingredients list has 3 oz at 60 minutes, 1/2 oz at 10 minutes, 1/2 oz steep and then 1/4 dry hop in secondary. Thoroughly confused by this one, will probably make sense after answered.


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The steeping hops go in the boil at flame out. Usually they are called "0 minute" hops, or a knockout or flame out addition. You add them, turn off the heat, and begin to cool the wort.


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So the stay in during the chill? That's what i was thinking, just wanted to make sure.
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So the stay in during the chill? That's what i was thinking, just wanted to make sure.
Yes, they stay in during the chilling.
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