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Old 19-10-2017, 08:41 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by private4587 View Post
Any one got anything to add about hop addictions if using the no chill method please.
What I have been doing is keeping some wort back, even the wort that is left in the boiler if you have enough. Pour off the hot wort as normal, the wort you have kept back, (or the remainder from the kettle poured into a jug and let settle)
Boil up the wort held back and add the late hop additions, pour into the cooled wort into the fementer.
It works for me as I pitch the yeast the following day,if you keep the wort for a while still do the same way pour some of the kept wort into a saucepan, boil and add the late hop additions pour into fermenter with the cool wort and pitch yeast.
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