07 Golden Single Hop

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    I have a pound of 07 Golden and am thinking of doing this single hop IPA. It will be a Brut IPA so will finish drier and slightly lower FG. Does anyone see a problem?
     
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    using too much hops in a brut can make them too bitter since there is no residual sugar to balance is a common pitfall to brut IPAs
     
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    There's nothing about that recipe that makes it a Brut...unless you haven't listed some ingredients or processes, it's just a basic APA. The IBUs are too high, but it's very unlikely that you'll actually get 55 IBUs from your whirlpool. Brew it as is and you'll have a nice beer but it may not be what you're thinking.
     
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    I am adding amyloglucosidase but did not see where to add it in the recipe. It will be done in the fermenter.
     
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    Ah...I wondered if that was what was missing. I can see it now added in the recipe under other ingredients.
    You'd probably adjust your attenuation to 90+.
     
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    Should work well. It will be a thin beer though. But the style usually is so no problem. I think those hops will work well in a brut
     

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