What should I make with these hops... Group Recipe!?

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  1. hinodriver

    hinodriver New Member

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    Ive got some hops in the freezer I need to use up... about 2oz of each.

    Cascade
    Columbus
    Simcoe
    Citra
    Styrian Goldings

    I was thinking I might put together a IPA with these hops... Lets see where this goes... As for grain I live close to my LHBS so I can run out and put together a grain bill! Cheers
     
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    For 5gal or 21L
    10# 2 row
    1# Victory malt
    1# Vienna
    .25# carapils
    Use Columbus for bittering 60min.
    Use all other hops at whirlpool for 10 min. @180f
    Whitelabs Cal-01 or Wyeast 1056 or safale-05
    Not sure how the Goldings will fit in though. Won't know til ya try it!

    Just a shot at it.
     
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    as above but id go some wheat malt in there Vienna and Rye equal amounts like 15 % against your 2 row base and throw a dash of crystal in there 5%. then ferment well and add some decent dry hop to it post fermentation.
     
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    the goldings would get washed out no matter where you add it, just save that for another brew
     
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    I'd use the goldings as 60 min hops. As noted above the flavor will get covered over. Then use all the rest as late adds/dry hops. Should make a good ipa.
    Or do 2 batches. One with the rest of the hops as an ipa and one blond ale using the goldings.
     
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    I’ve got a healthy 1.5L starter going. So today is brew day. I’m going to take a bit from each post and come up with a recipe. I’ll make a 15% rye/wheat, 5% crystal 60. I’ve never threw hops in at 180. I’m going to try that. I think 2oz Columbus at 60 might be over bitter. So I’m moving 1oz to 15mins and the rest at whirlpool. Stay tuned for the brew session.
     
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    good idea throw them hops in late better aroma and flavour than too much bitter...
     
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    Maybe too late to reply, but what about trying to get more than one batch out of all these hops? Build a recipe with lower BUGU ratios, and let the hops deliver post boil. It doesn't take a ton of hops to have a hoppy beer. Citra WP and DH an ounce each in a beer around 4.7% will make an impact.
     

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