Yes, Equinox, err HBC-366, has high oil content, so 2:1 or 3:1 would work. Look up data for these hops here.
I do use that site quite often. It weird how it's listed as HBC 366 formerly Equinox. Shouldn't it be the other way around?
I guess they dropped/had to drop the name. So now it's HBC366 again until it gets renamed. Still a damn nice hop.
Ah ok. I am excited to try it.
Thinking either 4:3:2 cascade:simcoe:equinox or 2:2:1 cascade:centennial:equinox for late additions and bitter with something neutral to get the majority of my IBUs. Any preference on what would work better?
I don't use a lot of the newer varieties so my favorite combo so far has been cascade, centennial, palisade at 2:1:1. I am a big fan of more old school, floral, citrusy, grapefruit, with just a touch of stone fruit or tropical mixed in. A lot of the newer varieties of APA/IPA are too fruity for my taste.
My current one of comet, cascade, and ahtanum is interesting and a lot more pungent than I expected at this point. I think the comet may be overpowering the other two although it doesn't seem to be high in oil content. I would like to give ahtanum another try since it was my first attempt using that variety.