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Old 03-30-2012, 02:28 AM   #1
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Has anyone ever dry-hopped a stout?


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Old 03-30-2012, 02:29 AM   #2
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Nope but I will now!!!!!


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No...pretty out of style. But hey, it's why we brew our own, right?
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What and how much and how long,
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What and how much and how long,
Guess that depends on what hops you like. It better be something strong if you plant o taste it over the roast flavor of a stout.

Dry hop is usually 2-3 weeks in secondary.
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Have not, but if I were going to, something like Columbus would be my first choice. The real earthy, herbal hops go well with the roast, IMO.
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Have not, but if I were going to, something like Columbus would be my first choice. The real earthy, herbal hops go well with the roast, IMO.
I would really hate to ruin my oatmeal stout. Would love to hear from someone who's done it.
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Oh, oatmeal stout. You did not say that. No, I would not dry hop and oatmeal stout.

I was thinking you were looking to dry hop a American stout or maybe a Russian Imperial Stout, which the hop aroma would be more fitting.
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Oh, oatmeal stout. You did not say that. No, I would not dry hop and oatmeal stout.

I was thinking you were looking to dry hop a American stout or maybe a Russian Imperial Stout, which the hop aroma would be more fitting.
Sorry, I wasn't clear. Maybe I'll try it on my American. I guess I wouldn't want to ruin that either.
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If you want something like Victory Storm King, go ahead.

If you want something like Old Rasputin, then no.

Both are Russian Imperial Stouts with very different characters.


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