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  1. Dgallo

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Looks good to me for a hop schedule. Keep o2 to the absolute minimum and you’ll have a solid beer. From there you’ll be able to make any adjustments you deem fit
  2. Dgallo

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Gotcha! If I recall correctly, I was speaking on total hopbill there, not just specifically the dryhop. For your specific usage, Galaxy will only make up 8% of the total hopbill. I think you’d need to get it to about 15% to be able to pick up it’s character in a supportive role
  3. Dgallo

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    For my personal preference I wouldnt target any more than 30 ibus from my 60 minute addition for a NEIPA. So probably .5-.75 oz at 60 would be my call and magnum. If you have good Amarillo that could be a nice combo. I would add another oz of Galaxy and maybe drop the Amarillo by an oz. but...
  4. Dgallo

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    I dryhop all post ferm and after crashing out as much yeast as possible. First goes in 4 or 3 days before final crash and the second goes 36-48 before final crash. The rationale behind it is surface area contact. When I would put them all in at once for two days or more half the hops would be...
  5. Dgallo

    Other Half Daydream (oat cream IPAs) - all grain clone attempts

    Why are they pre acidifying post boil for 4.6? Correct me if I am wrong, but isn’t that solely for reducing the possibility of off flavored spoilage bacteria to grow. This is what I would do for wild ales or spontaneous fermentation’s. I’ve heard on post dryhop ph manipulation to specifically...
  6. Dgallo

    Brown hop oil balls in kettle

    It’s definitely not from hop pellets or cones. It is the hop shot
  7. Dgallo

    Brown hop oil balls in kettle

    So yeah you need to mention that you used resin. those hop shots are typically for ibus and are intended to be added at 60. They need heat, time, and movement to be dissolved into the wort.
  8. Dgallo

    Andrew's Tiny xV Brewery Build

  9. Dgallo

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    2020 LUPOMAX in now available
  10. Dgallo

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Your dryhop uses 2-4 more oz than I use in my entire beer. Only my triples will I use a lb of hops in total. You’re dryhoping with what’s equivalent to 6.5 lbs/bbl of t90 pellets that are Homebrew quality. In my eyes that is a lot, I know a lot of breweries will claim this, but many of them have...
  11. Dgallo

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    The pellets smelled great. Very white wine with some pleasant earthiness. It just had a stronger overall aroma than Galaxy. When switching the ratio to lead with Galaxy, the Nelson still lead the flavor but not to an extreme extend (if I kept the original ratio, I think it may have been) In the...
  12. Dgallo

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    My last double that I did used Riwaka/cascade hotside and Nelson/Galaxy in dryhop. I planned to do a 3:2 ratio of Nelson to Galaxy but out of the bag the 2020 Nelson character was extremely strong (10.4 AA batch believe from YVH.) The Galaxy was great too but the Nelson trumped it. So I switched...
  13. Dgallo

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    The only one that doesn’t have a style guideline in the BJCP is the triple, so I would argue that it is defined. But as @HopsAreGood stated, those are the typical ranges. TH Is the only brewery I can think off the top of my head that sets a double below 8%. They start their doubles at 7.8. That...
  14. Dgallo

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    What’s your dryhoping rate? There has been a lot of talk here over the past few pages that in my eyes is far too much for clean varietal specific profiles to show themselves. More hops is not always better and can actually mute and muddy the aroma and flavor. Granted there is more oils and...
  15. Dgallo

    Catastrophe/ you’re allowed to laugh lol

    Looks like it’s on for sure. Huge changes this year respectively but at least it’s on
  16. Dgallo

    American IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    I agree here. you have to release all pressure in a corny to open it and then having to push into the keg will create a current of air going in. Where as in conical or lmc lids open out so you can still have some positive pressure placed on it while you open If you have a quick disconnect on...
  17. Dgallo

    Catastrophe/ you’re allowed to laugh lol

    Maybe it’s a sign from the beer gods that it shouldn’t be entered lol
  18. Dgallo

    American IPA New England Style TIPA

    Galaxy, Mosaic, strata, maybe switch the ratio up a little and hit it with Sabro. Nothing will replace the Riwaka in the flavor profile but any of those will work well with Citra and Nelson
  19. Dgallo

    Catastrophe/ you’re allowed to laugh lol

    Lol if it were the kitchen floor I would have def tried to save it. Garage floor, no go
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