The whole site is great, and I love all the old beer labels.
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I cut commercial hops entirely out of my brewing. My home hop yard is now at the scale that I can be "hop independent"- harvested over 3 lbs. (dry) of the freshest hops I can have. I have enough successful varieties to brew American, German, and English styles that I enjoy. Sorry hop sellers!
I tried it after primary was complete (OG came in around 1011), and it tastes exactly like a belgian blonde. The yeast must've overpowered the hop characteristics because they're not coming through at all . I'm still planning on dry hopping with a bunch of centennial. Not expecting much out of this one since I'm not a huge belgian fan. At least I only have to drink 10 gallons of this stuff........