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    New England IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Hi there! I also do pretty much all that, but I misundertood this: -a GOOD cold crash at 1-3c for 24/48h. (mandatory if you go heavy on hops) -Let the beer alone and don't try to keg it in 5-7 days. So, after 3 days DH you crash (still with hops in the fermenter) for 24/48h and then you let...
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    Hop dropper??

    Hello! For those who did upgrade to dryhopping using one of those hop droppers, did it really made a difference over dumping the hops thru lid w/ positive pressure and purging? Thanks
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    New England IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Thanks for all this valuable info! Well, I had a good result with Lallemand Windsor and BRY-97 half-half blend. But you may find it too sweet once Windsor has a noticeable low attenuation.
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    New England IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Indeed! Very nicely observed! In fact Neipa´s recipes and processes are not easily interchangeable! Thanks!
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    New England IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Very interesting! So you had in total lose hops from DH1 in contact for 13.5 days and from DH2 in contact for 5.5 days most of that time at 68F (except for 3.5 days) and did not got adstringency, grassy or hop burn? Gonna try that. Also, I liked your "lessons learned" section. I am still trying...
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    New England IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Hello! Thanks for the help. Not the SS Brewbucket itself. I have a custom built stainless steel bucket (not conical) that takes 7 PSI. And I have been trying NEIPA for a while. Already had heavy oxidation back then. But latelly, nice flavor but not strong aroma. The last ones´ color did not even...
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    New England IPA "Northeast" style IPA

    Hello! I think it is a good time (on top of this last post) to ask this: I have a SS bucket and I even can ferment up to 7psi and stuff, but do need to open the fermenter to add the dry hops. So what I do is that I slowly release the pressure, have the lose hops into a plastic bottle... purged...
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