Prince of Fatness
Makes me wonder. If I brew up a cream ale I could probably do something like this right at bottling time. It'd be a 2 - 3 week dry hop, so maybe use a little less hops.
Interesting. So how many different hops will you try?
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Taint of Steel
Hmm, very interesting indeed!
So how many different hops will you try?
Not sure. I doubt if I will ever do what this guy did. The minimum purchase amount for hops is an ounce. I can't see myself buying 10 ounces of hops just for this experiment.
What I could do though, is try them as I buy them. Maybe just a couple bottles at a time. That may be worth doing. I have a base pale ale recipe that I use to try out hops. Each time I brew it I use a single, different hop. So I am doing something similar to this already.
I need to read up more on the different hops. Drinking a Sweet Water IPA and really like the hop aroma and taste. They used a Columbus and Golding, I've used neither. My one and only IPA was brewed with Simcoe, big fan of the Caldera. It'll fun to experiment with different hops.