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hopsalot

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I am brewing an extract PA, I have 1 oz of each, Northern brewer, Golding, Tettnag. I need Help with a schedule and I want a very hopy beer?
 

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You can try composing a recipe that uses less of your higher alpha at the 60 mark for bitterness and then load the rest 30 and under for max hop flavor and aroma. Select your flavor and aroma additions based on your prefs of what you have on hand.
 

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I'd boil the NB for about 90 minutes to extract as much of the acids you can, then use 1/2 oz of Golding for flavor (15 minutes left) and 1/2 oz Golding for aroma (1 minute), then dry hop with the Tettnang. Just my 0.02 worth.
 

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or maybe take the golding and tettnang, mix them all together and starting at twenty minutes pop a few pellets into the wort every few seconds or so until flameout...try to end with no hops left...
 
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