gotcha. makes sense I guess.
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It is not hard or expensive to copyright a recipe...
You can't protect a recipe via copyright - only it's presentation.
US Copyright Office - Recipes
I served a robust porter at a outdoor get together saturday night the 16th. I brewed it on July 4th. It was pretty good. No special tricks except force carbing and finnings. Finning really makes a differnce.
OTOH, why not give the recipe?--
because it's mine.
Thank you all for the replies. I have already visited the Homebrew 101 section and will certainly download the mentioned book. I have a cold basement where I am planning to do the brewing, but it won't be cold enough. It's too bad a fridge is too cold, I don't mind spending additional money to get a proper refrigeration method, so I'll look into this Ranco controller that was mentioned.
Mount Hood has been featuring in my Kolsches in flavor and aroma. For flavor I'm thinking spicy humus, floral and a faint bit of citrus- maybe tangelo or tangerine? Aroma I'm having a hard time with, but that's my weak spot tasting-wise.
Anyone familiar with these type of hops?