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Old 10-27-2012, 03:16 PM   #1691
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Hello all. First Post. Been registered and reading for awhile. Alot of great info. Thanks folks.

Was looking at using this recipe to clone DFH60IPA and recently picked up a sixer of this great beer (haven't had it in awhile). The aroma that I am getting has a distinct onion/garlic smell along with the citrus. This obviously wouldn't be accurate with the Amarillo, but maybe the Simcoe?? I am pretty new to homebrewing (couple years) and never brewed a batch with Simcoe. But from what I have read it is typically more piney?? Am I getting the onion-esque aroma from the Simcoe?? Thoughts?
I never got onion from simcoe. It's definitely pine/citrus/resin. The only hop variety I can think of that gives off onion aroma seems to be summit.

Summit gives onion and tangerine, which is very weird to me!

Amarillo is 100% grapefruit to me.


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Old 10-31-2012, 12:07 AM   #1692
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I haven't had a 60 in a few months but I don't remember an onion aroma.

For what it is worth, I have Sam's Extreme Brewing book which has some of DFH recipes in it. Granted he most likely didn't give the exact recipe but Yooper's 60 and the 60 recipe in the book are extremely close. Amber malt instead of crystal. The same three hops are used. Slightly different hopping schedule but very close.


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Old 11-02-2012, 10:32 PM   #1693
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Drinking a dfh60 right now along side a Bells 2HA and I am getting the "onion" aroma from the DFH. I wonder if it is the "catty" aroma that some people associate with Simcoe, or if they are using Columbus for bittering? Columbus sometimes has a onion/garlic aroma for me. I also think the amber malt may combine with the simcoe to give the sharper nose? Still tasty though!

What's interesting to me is that they both have huge hop flavor, especially the two hearted ale. The hop aroma is prominent, but the hop flavor is much bigger.

 
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Old 11-03-2012, 12:30 AM   #1694
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I think I may have mentioned this already in this thread somewhere. But I was at the DFH brewpub a few months ago and the beer sheet says that 60 minute has palisade hops in it. More specifically, it said warrior, Amarillo and palisade.
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Old 11-03-2012, 03:13 PM   #1695
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Found this clone recipe awhile back on brew365. Seems to be more in line with what you are saying brew2. Interesting hop schedule...

http://www.brew365.com/hops_simcoe.php

FWIW....This Recipe Appeared in the March-April 2006 edition of BYO Magazine

 
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Old 11-04-2012, 12:37 AM   #1696
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Hi all,

I am planning on brewing the extract version of the recipe on page one of this thread tomorrow and I had a question.

I had previously read that there are some benefits from adding only part of the LME at the start of the boil and then adding the rest at flame out...

Is that technique a good or a bad idea for a continuous hopped process?

If good, is half at the beginning and half at the end about right?

Thanks for any advice!

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Old 11-04-2012, 12:47 AM   #1697
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Hi all,

I am planning on brewing the extract version of the recipe on page one of this thread tomorrow and I had a question.

I had previously read that there are some benefits from adding only part of the LME at the start of the boil and then adding the rest at flame out...

Is that technique a good or a bad idea for a continuous hopped process?

If good, is half at the beginning and half at the end about right?

Thanks for any advice!

Jeff
That's a good idea. You can add half at the very end, and that should work out great.
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Old 11-04-2012, 01:18 AM   #1698
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That's a good idea. You can add half at the very end, and that should work out great.
Awesome! And thanks for the quick response!

I am very excited for brewing tomorrow. It's been too long since my last batch.

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Old 11-04-2012, 01:42 PM   #1699
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Found this clone recipe awhile back on brew365. Seems to be more in line with what you are saying brew2. Interesting hop schedule...

http://www.brew365.com/hops_simcoe.php

FWIW....This Recipe Appeared in the March-April 2006 edition of BYO Magazine
Interesting. I must say, I've brewed this recipe twice and while it is definitely produces a great beer, there is "something " missing. Perhaps the hop schedule is missing something. I think the 2 row/amber malt grain bill is correct though.
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I think I may have mentioned this already in this thread somewhere. But I was at the DFH brewpub a few months ago and the beer sheet says that 60 minute has palisade hops in it. More specifically, it said warrior, Amarillo and palisade.
Yep..found something on their website, didn't mention warrior, but...

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60 Minute IPA, 6% abv

Continuously & intensely hopped. A session I.P.A. brewed with Palisade & Simcoe hops. A powerful East Coast I.P.A. with a lot of citrusy hop character. The session beer for hardcore beer enthusiasts!
Has anyone tried brewing this with Palisades??



 
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