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Old 03-02-2012, 09:11 AM   #1
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I started out using cascade hops at various times and then transitioned into to centennial hops toward the end. I'm thinking about dry-hopping in a couple of days. Any suggestions on which hops to use would be appreciated! I'm new to this.

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Old 03-02-2012, 09:13 AM   #2
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I like columbus and falconer's flight personally


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An all cascade and centennial PA is nice too, so you could dry hop with more with those
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An all cascade and centennial PA is nice too, so you could dry hop with more with those
Its not just nice, its fantastic!
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Its not just nice, its fantastic!
Hahaha very true, its actually one of my favorite combinations!
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My favorite combination, so far, Cascade bittering, Cascade and
Centennial for aroma and Centennial for dry hopping. I have done this with pale ales and an amber. They were all great.
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I'm with them, just stick with cascade and/or centennial. Bells IPA uses only centennial and it's fantastic.
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Thanks for the feedback!


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