What is the AAU on them.
A quick look at a catalogue I have shows they should be in the same range.
The Sazz will have more of a floral aroma, the Spalt has a slightly spicy aroma.
Which ever one you want to be more prevalant in the aroma, toss in last. The Sazz might do well as the 30 min addition. I haven't messed around seeing how diffrent hops affect the same recipe yet, so someone else might have better input.
Sazz- Belgians, Pilzner-urquell
Spalt- German Alt
Secondary British all Amarillo IPA, Calypso
Conditioning Decoction maddness, FlyingJess Ale
Drinking Oatmeal Chocolate Stout, Oaked Bourbon Chocolate Stout, Dry Mead)
Up NextScottish ale and Dopple Bock
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