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Old 02-12-2013, 11:19 PM   #11
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Firestone Walker uses almost exclusively late hop additions in most of their beers, and every one I've had to date is awesome, including union jack ipa. So I'm pretty sure its more common than a lot of people think.
Not quite...

FYI, here is the exact hops by weight schedule:

FW Union Jack
6% early
19% middle
31% late
44% dryhop


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Old 02-13-2013, 12:04 AM   #12
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How many pounds per barrel do they use?


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Old 02-13-2013, 12:17 AM   #13
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I'm a huge fan of doing a small fwh and hop bursting. I have a smash ipa with .5oz simcoe fwh and 4.5oz simcoe in the last 15min, it's insanely delicious with incredible aroma. Don't let the haters talk you out of trying hop bursting!
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Old 02-13-2013, 12:28 AM   #14
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I'm a huge fan of doing a small fwh and hop bursting. I have a smash ipa with .5oz simcoe fwh and 4.5oz simcoe in the last 15min, it's insanely delicious with incredible aroma. Don't let the haters talk you out of trying hop bursting!
so that's the entirety of your additions? .5 fwh and 4.5 at 15? that's the totality of it? nothing at flameout? not knocking it, just curious. How long does it take u to cool it?
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so that's the entirety of your additions? .5 fwh and 4.5 at 15? that's the totality of it? nothing at flameout? not knocking it, just curious. How long does it take u to cool it?
I don't add it all at 15min. I add 4.5oz total at various times with less than 15min left in the boil. I can post the recipe tomorrow night if your interested.

I cool to about 150F and toss in the 0min addition for 20 min before cooling to pitching temps. From boiling to 65F takes me about 20min with an immersion chiller.
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I just brewed up an APA with all of the additions after 30 minutes, with the volume of hops increasing later in the boil. This is the first time I am fully using mid/late additions, in my other hop bursted beers I still used a small 60 minute addition.
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Thanks for the comments guys. I've ever heard of those beers named though. This really is something new to me.

I'll have to keep my eyes peeled for them.
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Thanks for the comments guys. I've ever heard of those beers named though. This really is something new to me.

I'll have to keep my eyes peeled for them.
.........just a little curious......what r u talking about....? What beers? I started this thread......but ur comment seems like u started it, which is fine, don't mind your posts at all........just confused. Did I start this thread?
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.........just a little curious......what r u talking about....? What beers? I started this thread......but ur comment seems like u started it, which is fine, don't mind your posts at all........just confused. Did I start this thread?
I was replying to this post.

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Firestone Walker uses almost exclusively late hop additions in most of their beers, and every one I've had to date is awesome, including union jack ipa. So I'm pretty sure its more common than a lot of people think. I'm just trying to figure it out myself. I want to use cascade, centennial, a bit of simcoe and prob bitter with just 1 oz colombus. Any thoughts on a 5 gal all grain batch? How many oz do I need to add late?
Thanks for the enlightenment.
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I was replying to this post.



Thanks for the enlightenment.
oh, well, yes, FSW is pretty effing good, i would seek it out if i had to


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