Bringing all of the Hops to the table - Brewing an IPA with all of the hop varieties in the freezer

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Thanks!

It's so much cheaper making bulk hops purchases. I hate leaving them sit in the freezer for months. But I'm only one person. i can only drink so much.
 

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My bulk clean out IPA consisted of Columbus, Amarillo , Mosaic, Nelson , and Galaxy. I can’t wait to try it next weekend.
 
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Well I have a pound each of Citra, Cascade and Amarillo in my freezer. I'd like to do an IPA using all 3 of them, and posted a thread asking for some input. In the past, my IPAs have usually used only 1 or 2 hops.

BTW, I'm a big fan of Idaho 7, and I brewed an APA last year using only those hops.

I made a Triticale/007 based beer several sessions ago.
http://brewingaroundtherealm.com/br...rom-the-september-2017-issue-of-byo-magazine/

It came off as overly bitter.
http://brewingaroundtherealm.com/shermans-planet-ipa-tasting-review-triticale-recipe-byo-magazine/

It's the reason I cut the 007 bittering addition to 1 oz. in this. Dry hopped with 2 oz. each of Chinook and Centennial 2 days ago. I'll know in two weeks if it worked out.
 
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