turkeyjerky214 wrote:I actually couldn't decide which I wanted to do when I started putting the recipe together so I figured I'd do kind of a hybrid. Would these hops not go well together, or would it just be out of style?
RobertHSmith wrote:I would use that other half oz of columbus for your 5 min addition. Columbus has a litte resin in the flavor that goes well with the roast.
turkeyjerky214 wrote:RobertHSmith wrote:I would use that other half oz of columbus for your 5 min addition. Columbus has a litte resin in the flavor that goes well with the roast.
Do you mean in addition to the Fuggles or in lieu of them?
Also, does anyone know where to get Munich 20L? StL Wine and Beer didn't have any, and I can't seem to find anyone online that does. I checked Norther Brewer and a couple smaller ones.
siwelwerd wrote:How fresh were the hops? Just because they were 15% when they were tested at the farm doesn't mean they were 15% when you got them, or 15% when you used them. Did it taste like 37 IBUs?
RobertHSmith wrote:Although I think our club has some of the best judges in the country, you should submit it to multiple comps. Scores can vary.
Witch Doctor Dale wrote:IBU's are a measurement of bitterness, not the hop flavors like piny, citrus, floral, etc. Bitterness is used to counter sweetness, so comparing two beers of the same IBU's if they are of different OG's will give greatly different perceived taste. A beer that finishes at say 1008 at 40 IBU's will taste a lot more bitter than one that finished at say 1018 at 40 IBU's.
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