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Old 04-01-2013, 03:58 AM   #111
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I need to use what hops I have in the freezer... so what do you all think: dry hop with Simcoe, or Cascade/Columbus blend?

(used only Simcoe/Amarillo during the boil)


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Old 04-03-2013, 03:03 PM   #112
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Or Citra... I know it's not the recipe but has anyone tried a Citra dryhop? How'd it turn out?


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Old 04-04-2013, 03:02 PM   #113
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I need to use what hops I have in the freezer... so what do you all think: dry hop with Simcoe, or Cascade/Columbus blend?

(used only Simcoe/Amarillo during the boil)
I would put some of the simcoe in dry hop. If you we're light handed with the cascade/Cbus hopping, it should remain in the background nicely. I would probably use about 1/2-3/4 oz of simcoe, no more than 1/4 oz each of cascade and Cbus, and you could try out the citra, but I'm not sure how it would meld with the other dry hops. It would probably do well subbing for the simcoe though.
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Old 04-12-2013, 06:59 PM   #114
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My clone today. I think the hops are right, just need a little adjusting.
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Old 04-15-2013, 05:39 PM   #115
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Nice, just read through this whole thread and awesome dedication in sticking with it!
This beer is really great but with it's high drinkability it disappears quickly so a clone would be awesome. I've had this idea in my mind for a little while now that I want a session IPA, perhaps even closer to 4% than this, that I could just plow through a handful of pints and still not feel like I'm going to fall over.

Question is do I go this route or go my own way?
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Old 04-23-2013, 09:28 PM   #116
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5 Gallon batch size
OG=1.040 FG=1.012 SRM=6 IBU=40 (Rager) I got 70% Extract efficiency. I think I mashed at 148F.

6# 12oz Briess 2-row
1# 2oz Briess Caramel 20L
12oz flaked oats
4oz Briess Red Wheat

8g Crystal 3.4AA leaf 60 min
6g Simcoe 14.1AA leaf 60 min
14g Amarillo 8.6AA pellet 20 min
14g Crystal 3.4AA leaf 20 min
14g Simcoe 14.1AA leaf 20 min
14g Amarillo 8.6AA pellet 5 min
14g Crystal 3.4AA leaf 5 min

Dryhop (7 days)
14g Simcoe 14.1AA
14g Amarillo 8.6AA
14g Crystal 3.4AA

I used WLP862 Cry Havoc (british yeast qualities) because its my house strain. I plan on culturing some Bells yeast soon. Suggest WLP001 or equivalent if you don't have Bells yeast, but anything mild/neutral will work.

My only change would be less of the Crystal hops for flavor, maybe half, and add simcoe to balance the IBU, or just increase one of the bittering additions. I also love Amarillo, so I wouldn't be opposed to bumping up the 5 minute addition of Amarillo for more aroma. I thought this was a really close recipe as it is. I will probably add about 1/4 oz of Citra for dryhop next time to get a mild tangerine.

For extract, just use some Briess CBW Golden Light and make sure you pitch enough yeast and have a healthy fermentation. You will finish a tiny bit higher (1.014 maybe?), but it should be close enough. If you think that's a little dark or too much crystal malt in the extract, the Briess CBW Pilsen Light has less crystal malt sweetness to me. I don't think the flaked adjuncts are all that important in this beer.

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^^ ill be brewing this up very soon, in ten gallon batches. Thanks for doing the legwork!
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Old 05-09-2013, 09:29 PM   #118
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5 Gallon batch size
OG=1.040 FG=1.012 SRM=6 IBU=40 (Rager) I got 70% Extract efficiency. I think I mashed at 148F.

6# 12oz Briess 2-row
1# 2oz Briess Caramel 20L
12oz flaked oats
4oz Briess Red Wheat

8g Crystal 3.4AA leaf 60 min
6g Simcoe 14.1AA leaf 60 min
14g Amarillo 8.6AA pellet 20 min
14g Crystal 3.4AA leaf 20 min
14g Simcoe 14.1AA leaf 20 min
14g Amarillo 8.6AA pellet 5 min
14g Crystal 3.4AA leaf 5 min

Dryhop (7 days)
14g Simcoe 14.1AA
14g Amarillo 8.6AA
14g Crystal 3.4AA

I used WLP862 Cry Havoc (british yeast qualities) because its my house strain. I plan on culturing some Bells yeast soon. Suggest WLP001 or equivalent if you don't have Bells yeast, but anything mild/neutral will work.

My only change would be less of the Crystal hops for flavor, maybe half, and add simcoe to balance the IBU, or just increase one of the bittering additions. I also love Amarillo, so I wouldn't be opposed to bumping up the 5 minute addition of Amarillo for more aroma. I thought this was a really close recipe as it is. I will probably add about 1/4 oz of Citra for dryhop next time to get a mild tangerine.

For extract, just use some Briess CBW Golden Light and make sure you pitch enough yeast and have a healthy fermentation. You will finish a tiny bit higher (1.014 maybe?), but it should be close enough. If you think that's a little dark or too much crystal malt in the extract, the Briess CBW Pilsen Light has less crystal malt sweetness to me. I don't think the flaked adjuncts are all that important in this beer.

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I may have to try this with your suggestions. I'd hate to ruin it by adding citra. Citra = cat urine.
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I may have to try this with your suggestions. I'd hate to ruin it by adding citra. Citra = cat urine.
Also half the crystal dry hop addition. Enjoy
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:15 PM   #120
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I may have to try this with your suggestions. I'd hate to ruin it by adding citra. Citra = cat urine.
Never understood the whole 'Citra = cat piss' thing. Smells and tastes amazing to most, but the others hate it. Not sure if there's a more polarizing hop.

Taking my chances with a very similar brew next weekend using simcoe, amarillo, and citra. Yes, citra.


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