1.001. It's fun to do something completely new and different from what I normally do. I have never brewed a beer that finished below 1.005.
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Unfortunately, it'll most likely get worse over time (assuming that's what's happening). If the beers are pretty young, give it time to let the yeast clear out completely and flavors to come together before you pronounce them oxidized. But, wet cardboard generally means oxidation. Hope that's not the case.
I think this will be a good way to evaluate a hop but not a particular malt. To evaluate a malt I would think you would want something less hoppy with more neutral hops.Yea I'm looking more at the hops
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I did have my first issue with keg hopping recently. I bag the hops in small muslin sacks and just knot it off to keep the hops in. I don't worry about cutting off the extra material above the knot and that happened to get caught in the dip tube after a couple of weeks. It took me a while to figure out that this was the problem.I've heard of that happening. Connect a length of thread to the muslin bag and let it come up and out of the main hatch so you can pull it out of the way (or out completely if you're done with them).
And in the following exbeeriment, they COULD taste the difference. So, the jury's still out as far as I can tell. Seems to me like there is likely some difference that has not yet been explained by science.
Thanks all. Sounds like the wonder hop.
You just found it's new name