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Default Dry hop a Belgian Ale with Cascade

Anyone have any experience with dry hoping in a Belgian Golden Ale? I am brewing a AHS Belgian Golden Ale right now and thinking of dry hoping 1-2 oz of cascade after 7 days in primary. I am thinking cascade will give me a little more citrus flavor correct? The hops for the boil will be German Select (2oz)

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