https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/879988/nobler-than-thou Hey all... Looking at doing a variant on the standard Czech Pils that uses all the noble hops. It's a bit more of a new-school technique with the whirlpool hops with an old school style of beer. I have never really used nobles in this way, but I do know that they are heavy on hop oils, so in my head I can rationalize them being good in this application. The recipe calculator makes the hop schedule look way more complicated than it really is. It's 1 oz of each noble hop, and I will do 4 one ounce additions comprised of a quarter ounce of each varietal. A standard 60 minute bittering charge, then 20 minute, 10 minute, then a 170 degree, 15-20 minute whirlpool for the last addition. I may work in some carafoam for the malt bill, but it's likely to just be all Barke Pils Also considering a dry hop with another similar addition to the previous 4... another thing I've not done with Nobles. Thoughts on the recipe?