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Old 09-13-2011, 12:16 PM   #1
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I just harvested my first year hops and have a couple ounces each of Centennial and Cascade. I can't wait to use them in my next brew. I'm looking for recipes that use these two hops. Thanks!


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Old 09-13-2011, 12:35 PM   #2
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Centennial Blonde, Alpha King clone, Rogue Shakespeare Stout clone


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Bottle conditioning : Apfelwein, Some Oatmeal type summer stout , 3 floyds alpha king clone


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Bells Two Hearted is a solid all centennial IPA.
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Thanks man...Centennial Blonde looks great. Think I'll give it a try.
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I'm a big IPA fan...should have enough centennial to brew a batch of Bells Two Hearted clone. Thanks!
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Just brewed a Two Hearted clone with all wet hops. I dried the bittering additions as I've heard that wet hops aren't the greatest for this, although don't really know why it would matter that much.

Going to taste a sample in a few days.

I am sort of bummed about a recent wet hop dry hop that I did with Centennial. It came out WAY too grassy flavored. I suppose I may have kept them in for a little too long (8 days), but either way, I'm probably going to skip the dry hop addition of Centennial wet hops for my Two Hearted clone.


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