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My 2nd year Sterling and Chinook produced lots of hops. I brew other beers with these varieties, but never together
Anyone out there in Beer-land have a recipe that uses these two in combination?
Not real sure they'll work together, but willing to try.
a hoppy pils? a czech IPA...
I'm brewing a french saison this weekend and trying to figure out what I want to do with my hops. I'd like to stay at least semi-traditional but I don't have much in the way of noble hops on hand (a little bit of saaz but not enough for the full boil). I do have Mt Hood (a Hallertau descendent)...
I'm trying my first Marzen brew today and realized I didn't have enough of the Hallertau hops I was intending to use. Basically I have almost enough for the initial addition but nothing for the final addition. I know Saaz is a commonly used variety with Marzen recipes and while I don't have that...
I thought I would try brewing an Irish Red Ale with 21% Rye.
Full details and recipe are available on my website: https://brewingaroundtherealm.com/brewing-an-irish-inspired-red-rye-ale-tormunds-finest-ale/
I'll report back with a review once it's ready in about a month.