Hey guys, I'm about to brew a slightly modified (i.e. carbed and bittered to style) version of Northern Brewer's British Bitter
. The recipe calls for an aroma addition of 1oz EKG at 1 min. I'm going to be doing it No Chill style, and I plan to use The Pols' hop adjustment chart, where late hop additions get moved to dry hops. However, my understanding is that people usually go easy when dry-hopping ordinary bitters, somewhere around 1/4 oz for a five gallon batch.
So my question is, should I shift the whole amount of the 1 min addition to dry hops, or would that be more than is typical for the style? Would a 1/4 oz of dry hopping give me enough aroma to make up for that one minute addition, or would I need more? Any feedback is appreciated, especially from anyone with ordinary bitters experience.