Using up last year's harvest

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sablesurfer

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What with every plant coming back this year, I will probably have a few hops come harvest season. So, I modified the plan a tiny bit and used harvested chinook instead of the pellets, also used centennial and cascade instead of the galena that was planned to match the bittering.

Smelled a bit grassy in the vacuum packs, but once the beer started soaking through it was straight up amazing lupulin aromas!!

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Ain't nothin' wrong with that! :D
 

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That's a good problem to have! It's always fun using homegrown hops in brewing experiments.
 

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