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  1. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Where did you read that myrcene oil was volatile above 147ºF? It seems like I would see this number pop up quite a bit more/would always be a target for anyone steeping/whirlpooling hops.
  2. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    @ U/braufessor gonna bump this question
  3. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Will it get clogged if I whirlpool through a pump? I throw a considerable amount of hops into the whirlpool then cycle it via a pump. I'm worried about all the hops collecting at the dam and essentially clogging the dam.
  4. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Can you tell me more about it? How exactly does it work? Are you seeing big benefits from it?
  5. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Did SS discontinue the trub dam?
  6. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Did you keep the bittering addition the same? (0.75 oz Warrior @ 60)
  7. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Did you not perform a second dry-hop in this beer or just a single dry-hop on day 2?
  8. Gustatorian

    Dark Mild Mild Mannered Ale (AG) (E) UK/US

    What mineral/salt additions would you use for this recipe?
  9. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    What recipe design did you follow from this thread? Can't remember the post number!
  10. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    +10000 on this. VDK formation from dry-hopping is a real thing. Beer needs to time to deal with those byproducts, and by cold-crashing/keg-hopping, you're taking a big risk.
  11. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    I know several brewers that pour straight from brites, for weeks – essentially using their brites as serving tanks. They have UNIs to cold-crash. Most will cold-crash in their fermentor, transfer to brite, carb, then serve straight to tap room.
  12. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    On a homebrew level, the cold-storage in keg, and subsequently the beer tasting the best 10-14 days out, is akin to what commercial brewers see in their brites. Most will cold crash in their fermentors, transfer to brites for 1-2 weeks, then serve.
  13. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    This is what commercial brewers are seeing as well with these beers...except its 1-2 weeks in the brite tank instead of the keg.
  14. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Keg-hopping on a homebrew level is a risk altogether. I think there is a resounding affirmation within this thread that supports keg-hopping at least contributing, if not responsible, to the "hop burn". Not to mention, you're taking a risk getting vegetal (onion, chive, garlic) notes with...
  15. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Spot on. Suspended hop particulate accentuated by carbonic bite is most likely the case. The beers due improve with cold-conditioning, although I'm not convinced keeping hop matter in the keg is best for the beer.
  16. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Interesting. I'll have to try that. I have my dip tubes cut to approximately 1" off the bottom, still get the burn though.
  17. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    How are your IPAs turning out with one big dry hop and when are you dry-hopping? What differences have you noticed in flavor with and without using the inline filter?
  18. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    I hope that's the case with my latest NEIPA. I kegged it 2 days ago on 2 oz of cryo hops (1 oz mosaic, 1 oz citra), carbed it yesterday. The beer was phenomenal coming from the FV, now it has a vegetal undertone with a hop burn. I'm hoping a little conditioning will mellow it out. I've had...
  19. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    04 is London Yeast? I thought it was closer to the Chico strain (001 or 1056)
  20. Gustatorian

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Post a photo when you do it. I'd be concerned about getting that thing properly flushed with CO2
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