Great to know! That's what I also wanted to try.I do no chill brews so I wait until the wort is at 180 then toss them in, stir it up really well to create a whirl pool, then put the lid on until the next day when I put it into a fermentor.
For years I've also been doing 100% of IBU's in a FWH drop then nothing until the whirl pool, then add the dry hops in the keg if I'm doing an APA or IPA. Always comes out great to my taste buds!
By my expirence, hopstand IBU after flame out is 1/2 of boil, but hopstand IBU after chilling to 75'C is 1/5 of boil. By me, that's pretty accurate.A bit of an aside, but not really off topic per se, but how does a hopstand/whirlpool work in regards to IBUs? I’ve seen prior that it was said it’s roughly 1/4 the IBUs with all of the flavor, but my calculator figures 10%, which is adjustable but the setting.