Originally Posted by Metsbrew
I'm racking from a primary bucket. It will be 2 weeks when I rack and I'm racking to another bucket. Just starting, no carboys yet. So I put them in before I transfer?
Yep, plop em in before or after you rack- it doesn't really matter. I'd say, depending on what you are doing, leave the hops in for 5-10 days if you're brewing a pale ale (so wait until you only need 5-10 days left before racking) or if you are brewing an IPA or IIPA, I'd say leave em in 5-14 days and be sure to adjust your racking to the amount of time you want the beer to be in contact with the hops. The longer you leave em, the stronger it'll be. In my experience, it is best to bottle the beer at the point you want to stop dry-hopping (e.g. for 7 days, etc.) for best aroma and results.
Bottled: Ó Flannagáin Standard, Random Stout, Nut Brown, Edwort's Rye IPA, Milk Stout + Coffee Milk Stout, Centennial Blonde, Pale Ale, Cthulhu Dementia Robust Porter, Nyarlathotep (I)IIPA, Willamette IPA parti-gyle, Indian Brown Ale, Oatmeal Stout, Blueberry Oatmeal Stout, Barely Legal IIPA, Oatmeal Stout 2, Hazelnut Coffee Oatmeal Stout
Planned: RIS, Coconut Porter