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Old 11-13-2012, 11:40 PM   #71
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This thread is making me brush up on my google foo

some neat info here
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...eties#Palisade


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Old 11-14-2012, 12:31 AM   #72
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I love Ahtanum and will probably use it in an American Bitter recipe I am planning to brew. I used up 2 pounds of it last year. I also really like crystal, I dry hopped a small belgian pale ale in the keg with it and the aroma was great. Palisades are nice too, I did a farmhouse IPA with them that turned out very well.


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Old 11-14-2012, 01:36 AM   #73
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I love Ahtanum and will probably use it in an American Bitter recipe I am planning to brew. I used up 2 pounds of it last year. I also really like crystal, I dry hopped a small belgian pale ale in the keg with it and the aroma was great. Palisades are nice too, I did a farmhouse IPA with them that turned out very well.
So how would you describe ahtanum? I always find store descriptions kind of generic (for all hops).
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Old 11-14-2012, 01:43 AM   #74
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I get orange/orange peel from ahtanum.
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Old 11-14-2012, 12:04 PM   #75
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Pac Gem and Motueka are really nice, unique hops. They'll give a character you don't find in almost any other hops. Nice and melony, tropical, some citrus. I'm a big fan of both and make a hop-burst PA with them (in my recipes)
melony... is there a lot of that in Motueka? I could see how that would dance well with a certain mouth feel, but i don't think i want too much of that in my lager
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Old 11-15-2012, 12:06 AM   #76
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I havn't seen styrian aurora yet.I love this hop.
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melony... is there a lot of that in Motueka? I could see how that would dance well with a certain mouth feel, but i don't think i want too much of that in my lager
I had a single-hop motueka wheat beer here from Half Acre brewing, very hoppy. It was definitely tropical, I didn't get so much melon, but a hit of spiciness in the background. Good enough that I'm sitting on a lb of 2012 as we speak!
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melony... is there a lot of that in Motueka? I could see how that would dance well with a certain mouth feel, but i don't think i want too much of that in my lager
pac gem may be more melony but both are very unique and combine them and its interesting
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Not one mention of Bravo, it paired well with some Apollo. try it!
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Magnum and willamette. Never tried them in the same brew and don't think it would work well if I did. Love the magnum for buttering. I made an all willamette ale that was a favorite among my friends.


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