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Old 08-08-2008, 09:48 PM   #1
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Default Got some amarillo

Just got 1lb of amarillo hops in the mail. Gonna make some of Ed's Haus Pale Ale. Got a great deal on the amarillos and I heard amarillo and cascade are very similar/related.


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Old 08-08-2008, 10:09 PM   #2
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Amarillo is a great hop. It's similar to cascade but different, helpful eh?

Some of my favorite combos are centennial/amarillo, cascade/amarillo, and simcoe/amarillo


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Old 08-08-2008, 11:07 PM   #3
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I happen to have some centenial at home, challenger too.

I'll pair it up with some centenial possibly.
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I think amarillo is a lot more citrusy than cascade. Together they are an awesome combination... makes for a great in your face American style pale ale.
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Amarillo is a mutant (AKA sport) Cascade. I like it combined with Perle.
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I took a keg of my Amarillo pale ale to a party yesterday and it was gone in under an hour. Everyone was asking if I put oranges in it. That was my first time using it as an aroma hop but I can say I wish I had a pound of it sitting around! Really anything that you want an american hop character it will be great with amarillo.
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I have a pound of Amarillo on the way, too. It's by far my favorite to dry hop with.


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