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lincolnubrewer

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Hi,

I have Apollo and centennial hops left over from previous batches. I'm plan on making a winter/Christmas beer with spices. Which hop would be better for bittering? I'm leaning toward centennial hops. What has been your experience with either hops?
 

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It really depends on what you're looking for in your winter beer. Centennial hops has more of a clean and crisp bitterness and you can even use it for your beer's aroma. I believe that it is more common and versatile than Apollo.
 
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It really depends on what you're looking for in your winter beer. Centennial hops has more of a clean and crisp bitterness and you can even use it for your beer's aroma. I believe that it is more common and versatile than Apollo.

Thanks, that what I was thinking about centennial. I may have consider using it as an aroma hop also instead of Willamette. Now I need to see if I have enough of centennial for aroma.
 
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