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      rodwha reacted to marc1's post in the thread Dank Hop Schedule Help with Like Like.
      Hops last great vacuum sealed in the deep freezer. After opening, I leave the remainder in the original packaging and then seal the...
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      rodwha reacted to Kickass's post in the thread Dank Hop Schedule Help with Like Like.
      Why not toss the Simcoe and Chinook in with the CTZ at dry hop? I think that’s be perfect.
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      rodwha reacted to bailey mountain brewer's post in the thread Dry Hopping Pale Ales with Like Like.
      Another +1 to whirlpool at 170f and I also hold my temp there with the heating element. And for the same reasons, I played around with...
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      rodwha replied to the thread Dank Hop Schedule Help.
      I love a ton of the west coast IPAs I’ve had. Just got back from a trip to CA and back, a 17 day trip that netted a ton of beer to bring...
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      rodwha replied to the thread Dank Hop Schedule Help.
      Sorry. Yes, this is a 2.5 gal batch.
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      rodwha replied to the thread Dry Hopping Pale Ales.
      Apparently I need to revisit testing whirlpool temps. I’ve generally cooled it quickly to 185° and then let it ride for 30 mins...
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      rodwha reacted to HM-2's post in the thread Dry Hopping Pale Ales with Like Like.
      Because it's where I've personally got the best results- significantly reduced bittering compared to 80°C or up but should keep oils...
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      rodwha replied to the thread Dry Hopping Pale Ales.
      Why have you chosen 170°? It’s been quite some years now, but what I recall seemed to focus around the magic numbers of 185° and 155°...
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      The recipe is for a black IPA and I was given the advice to pair Simcoe and Chinook with what would have been an all Columbus IPA. I...
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      rodwha replied to the thread Nylon Grain Sack In Oven?.
      I have not, but have read that mashes can be complete sooner than an hour. I mill mine finer than average, but I pulse my wheat berries...
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      rodwha reacted to RM-MN's post in the thread Nylon Grain Sack In Oven? with Like Like.
      Have you ever experimented to find out how long the conversion part of the mash really takes and how much the temperature of the mash...
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      rodwha reacted to jpitz31's post in the thread Nylon Grain Sack In Oven? with Like Like.
      According to Wikipedia depending on type of nylon: The 428 °F (220 °C) melting point of nylon 6 is lower than the 509 °F (265 °C)...
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      rodwha reacted to BongoYodeler's post in the thread Nylon Grain Sack In Oven? with Like Like.
      I have a 4 gallon kettle with a Wilser bag that I use for small experimental batches. I routinely put it in the oven at 155° for the...
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      rodwha reacted to HM-2's post in the thread Dry Hopping Pale Ales with Like Like.
      I tend to whirlpool at ~170f (about 76°C), but I'll maintain using the element on my brewing system.
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      rodwha reacted to CascadesBrewer's post in the thread Dry Hopping Pale Ales with Like Like.
      I have not played around with may different temps for hopstands. What I read is that around 180F is where the extraction of bitterness...
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