Thanks Denny I appreciate it.
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No, wait, with flash disabled it gives me a link that says "Using a screen reader? Click here". Doing so gets you the HTML5 version.
If you're at least getting that brushed metal gray background on the Kindle, try scrolling down to see if you can find it. I saw it like halfway down the page, so it might be that it's just not visible at first.
I kept getting clogged bottling wands and finding hop matter in my beers until I got one of these.
As an added bonus it helps oxygenate my wort.
Personally I'd back the IBUs off to about 50 or 55 just to make it more balanced. Are you looking for an IPA or an APA? OG would be more of an APA wouldn't it? For me, balance would make it more drinkable than just lowering the OG.I'm calling it an IPA because of the IBU, although brewing exact to style is not a concern. I usually end up with a bit better efficiency so I think I'll gain a few points. That may help balance it a bit. I'm brewing a Cream as well for the non hop heads.
It will still be an awesome beer and one I'd like to drink as is but if you're not a real hop head, would it still be all day drinkable?
I think a great idea if I was using leaf.looks tasty to me - i'd like the OG higher, but I'm assuming its low for the "all day" factor.
Yep I was purposely trying to keep it on the low side. We start cooking Friday night, go all night and the party is Saturday.
Keep the dry (now wet) hops, and rub the inside of the pig with them. Not much flavor, but your friends will be impressed. LOL.
(first hand experience)
So is "Centennial Type" a hop blend? I have heard about a Columbus/Cascade mix to create something similar.Yep, it is the Cascade/Columbus combo. I've not used it before.
looks tasty to me - i'd like the OG higher, but I'm assuming its low for the "all day" factor.
Not brewing but gonna dry hop the hell out of my Amarillo/Centennial/Mosaic AIPA.