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Old 01-25-2013, 01:06 AM   #141
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Now that the beer has been in the keg for a few days, it seems that the hop flavors are fading a bit. Maybe I should have dry hopped after all.... I will be brewing this again, so next time I will use 2 oz during the boil, and 1 oz dry hop. I will post the results.



 
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Old 01-25-2013, 01:26 AM   #142
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Supergus
Now that the beer has been in the keg for a few days, it seems that the hop flavors are fading a bit. Maybe I should have dry hopped after all.... I will be brewing this again, so next time I will use 2 oz during the boil, and 1 oz dry hop. I will post the results.
I'd dry hop at least a couple of ounces, but that is just me.



 
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Old 01-25-2013, 01:38 AM   #143
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I just popped open my first attempt at this...wow! After just two and a half weeks in the bottle, this IPA is grapefruity goodness. I was worried because after three weeks in primary, I dry hopped with two ounces of pellets right on top of the krausen. One week later, I bottled as usual, but the sample I pulled tasted like burnt grass clippings (for lack of better description).

So I nervously poured a taster today and hesitantly took a sip. Pure cascade deliciousness, with a very slight after taste. I'm sure another two weeks in the bottle will take care of that. All I can say is that I can't wait to brew this one again!

 
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:23 PM   #144
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Brewing my 6th batch of this today. Today's recipe modifications:

2oz crushed coriander (5min)
2oz orange peel (5min)
1/2 cup organic blue agave syrup (5min)

Combining 4lbs LME w/ 3lbs DME

Going to up the dry hop to 2oz

Wheeeeee!

 
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Old 01-28-2013, 08:00 PM   #145
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I have some friends (don't we all, tho?) who wanted to get into brewing, so I went over to their house and we made this beer.

Popped one on Saturday night - it was really nice, but I'd like to tweak it as well. I like the idea of coriander and orange peel - anyone have other suggestions? I would probably also double the dry-hopping at the end.

 
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Old 01-28-2013, 08:21 PM   #146
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I brewed this two weeks ago, with .25 lb of debittered black for color. Made this a nice dark reddish color. Changed the hops around used simcoe, centennial, galaxy and cascade. Racked to secondary today and damn it tastes so good. Dry hopping with simcoe and centennial for 7 day then to keg. We had the head brewer at our local brew pub come by and talk about adding only late(20 minutes or less) hop additions to ipas. He used the term hop bursting wonder if this is the same principle here.

 
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Old 01-28-2013, 10:19 PM   #147
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This is exactly hop bursting.

The only difference (which isn't really even a difference) is that when most brewers talk about hop bursting they're talking about tossing in all the hops in the last ~15 min of an hour+ boil, whereas we're doing just that last ~15 minutes. But that's because an AG wort needs to be boiled awhile for more reasons than hop isomerization.
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Old 01-28-2013, 11:45 PM   #148
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I thought hop bursting was adding hops in the last 15-20 mins at like 5 min increments. Ex. 15, 10, 5, 1/flame out. That's pretty much what I do with my ipa's.

 
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:14 AM   #149
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I dunno, the definition of hop bursting I'd heard had nothing to do with how regularly to add the hops, just that it was adding all the hops in the last 15 minutes (see here; Jamil doesn't call it "hop bursting" in the article but in the intro on the articles page that's how he describes it). And of course that's exactly what we're doing in this recipe and its variants.
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Old 01-30-2013, 03:42 PM   #150
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I bottled mine last night. It finished at 1.013 and tastes amazing. Best uncarbonated beer I have tried of mine so far. I kept pouring myself some. I am renaming my version Citrade Pale Ale since I dry hopped with Citra. Most likely I will enter it in Bluebonnet next month. T-minus 3 weeks of waiting.


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