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Old 07-12-2007, 08:16 PM   #1
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According to the National Hop Association of England: "If you mix hops remember that sometimes hop aromas from different hops just 'average out' the taste and dilute the effect. Single hopped beers usually (not always) have more aroma definition about them than multi-hopped beers."

What are your favorite hop combinations? Are there any to be avoided? Which hops would make for good single-hop beers?


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Old 07-12-2007, 09:11 PM   #2
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I like the Cascade, Cascade, Cascade, Cascade combination for my Haus Pale Ale.


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EKG and Fuggles
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EKG and Fuggles

What are you...British? I like 'em too
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The cascade, centennial, amarillo combo has been treating me very well lately.
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The cascade, centennial, amarillo combo has been treating me very well lately.
You like Citrus?
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Citrus....Whatchoo talking about Willis?
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EKG and Fuggles

x2 I love EKG.


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