« on: January 24, 2011, 09:26:28 am »
I think you might have trouble finding any Simcoe.
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Based on a presentation at the last NHC, there is a good chance that commercial hop drying drives of most of the Farnesene.
OK the one of was thinking of is The Three Kings in , Elvis was one of the kings.Famous Three Kings is in West Kensington, which is some way and several postcodes from Clerkenwell. Still, the tube would get you about if you were motivated.No Fullers tours on Sunday.... Someone in entourage needed to see NFL... in 3 Famous Kings... 4 beers on cask we will survive... ( not sure they're meeting style descriptions.. But who cares)Is that the place in Clerkenwell? I think we walked by there and did not stop.
From there you couild go to Ye Olde Mitre (hard to find), might not be open on Sunday.
I was about to suggest some more, but nah, whose won't be open.
The essential oils can combine to form the flavor compounds. The essential oils are in the beer if you dry hop. I have aded hops at 180F to keep some in the beer, or let it combine.I'm not sure I understand, are you saying that hops high in low temp flash points of essential oils make good candidates for dry hopping? I see some of my favorites on the Hopunion data page are high in Farnesene:
Flash points for the essential oils.
I think you see which aroma oils ones are had by dry hopping.
No Fullers tours on Sunday.... Someone in entourage needed to see NFL... in 3 Famous Kings... 4 beers on cask we will survive... ( not sure they're meeting style descriptions.. But who cares)
I've pondered hopstanding and it's perceived effects many times. I think a flameout addition will dissolve the essential oils (lupulin) from the glands of the hops and lend a very aromatic wort. However after every minute of soaking time I think there is loss of some aromatics. The aromatic compounds slowly volatilize over time as they soak in the near boiling wort. How much? That's the question I keep asking myself. I think there's a window of opportunity to capture the very fresh aromatics in the wort. 5min, 10 min, 30 min?The essential oils can combine to form the flavor compounds. The essential oils are in the beer if you dry hop. I have aded hops at 180F to keep some in the beer, or let it combine.
Hops for thought.
It's really a great little bar/tap house. It may seem unworthy compared to other big city venues, but obviously they're doin' something right... as they just made DRAFT Magazine's 2011:America's 100 Best Beer Bars list!Jeff, thanks for the link. Some real good ones on there. Your local is in good company.
DRAFT Magazine's 2011:America's 100 Best Beer Bars