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Old 05-12-2017, 12:49 AM   #21
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Crossmyloof for one do big quantities at a fair saving. Maybe the other places do as well I've never checked. I like the big American hops myself but thankfully im at a 100g +40g dry hop stage myself.

I've more or less done the same recipe the other night as a few weeks ago. But the recent one I chilled to 80 for the flameouts. Left for half an hour then he a half hour drain to fermenter. Gonna see if that makes much difference compared to flameouts at actual flameout.
(The half hour drain was unintentional and a bit of a balls up)
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Greg Hughes does a brew with 600 grams,imperial IPA I think
GH does indeed do an Imperial IPA using US hops @ ABV of ~ 8.6%.

The hops are Chinook, Simcoe and Willamette but would only total around 260g for a 25L brew. Not done this one myself, as very hoppy beers do not really do for me. A nice Cascade SHA with up to 100g of English Cascade and a bit of general bittering is floral enough for me.
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http://www.thehomebrewforum.co.uk/sh...ad.php?t=74382
Try that
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GH does indeed do an Imperial IPA using US hops @ ABV of ~ 8.6%.

The hops are Chinook, Simcoe and Willamette but would only total around 260g for a 25L brew. Not done this one myself, as very hoppy beers do not really do for me. A nice Cascade SHA with up to 100g of English Cascade and a bit of general bittering is floral enough for me.
Sorry Slid, my mistake, it’s James Morton.
I’m not a total hop monster you know, I like Cascade also 👍
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There are two I fancy doing at both ends of the spectrum.
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Sorry Slid, my mistake, it’s James Morton.
I’m not a total hop monster you know, I like Cascade also 👍
Yes, that makes sense now - that is an extreme beer, right enough
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