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Old 08-06-2013, 07:02 PM   #11
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If I am doing an IPA I have added upwards of 5 oz at 0 min. That was a good one....
5?! Wow $$$. I love hops and the more the merrier must have been an expensive brew unless you didn't add any at 10 and 5. I think the most I've added a 00 is 2.


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Old 08-06-2013, 07:06 PM   #12
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Hey thanks for the reply I will try this in one of my ipa variations and do a review on it on my YouTube channel. Does letting your wert sit that long say a 30 min or even an hour before chilling at 180 pose an issue off flavors ect...again good info thanks.
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If I am doing an IPA I have added upwards of 5 oz at 0 min. That was a good one....
My house IPA has an half pound at knockout, 30 min stand. Kettle hops are ~60 IBU of hops or extract at first wort, followed by a 4 oz shot of hops at 5 mins. It's insanely good.


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Ya I wasn't really paying attention to the money aspect. It was actually one of those end of the year IPA's where I had a bunch of whole hop flowers left over that I needed to get rid of. I think I ended up using about 8-10(ish)oz in the boil and about 4 for DHing. It actually ended up winning 2nd in the 3rd largest comp in CA so I guess I did something right, lol.
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I don't really stand it when I do it, it probably only sits there for a few min above 180F since I immersion chill. Correction, it was actually 4oz... I have also played around with doing a 1oz 0min addition for my pale ales instead of dry hopping which I have been liking.
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Old 08-06-2013, 07:11 PM   #15
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Ya I wasn't really paying attention to the money aspect. It was actually one of those end of the year IPA's where I had a bunch of whole hop flowers left over that I needed to get rid of. I think I ended up using about 8-10(ish)oz in the boil and about 4 for DHing. It actually ended up winning 2nd in the 3rd largest comp in CA so I guess I did something right, lol.
Wow ya congrats on an award winning beer good stuff.
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Good to know awesome. Will have to try something like this.
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It actually ended up winning 2nd in the 3rd largest comp in CA so I guess I did something right, lol.
Nice! Congrats. I love going overboard on hops for hoppy styles, and rarely consider cost. I usually stock up at harvest time each year, and buy in bulk, so cost really isn't all that bad anyway.
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Thanks for the accolades

Here's the recipe:

http://www.brewersfriend.com/homebre...3984/white-ipa

I was making a "white ipa" but no one picked up on the quantity of wheat that was in there and only 1 judge commented in the pilsner malt (both of which I don't think are technically to style). I made it again and cut out the pilsner and it was still pretty tasty. Because of all the hops and wheat it is pretty cloudy which took about a month in the keg to clear up (I had to leave town for a month and it cleared while I was gone).

OP - sorry for the thread jack
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OP - sorry for the thread jack
Not at all. I'm always interested in a more free flowing discussion. More to learn.

As for my original question I'm going to reduce the hops to 1oz and steep at 180F for 10 minutes based on the feedback here.

Thank you for the feedback.


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