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Alewyfe:
Anybody read this thesis? Any thoughts? I noticed the author is scheduled to present this data at the World Brewing Congress Portland 2013. Ran across the info while I was perusing Indie Hops' blog.

http://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/xmlui/bitstream/handle/1957/34093/Wolfe_thesis.pdf?sequence=1

yso191:

--- Quote from: Alewyfe on December 03, 2012, 11:45:36 PM ---Anybody read this thesis? Any thoughts? I noticed the author is scheduled to present this data at the World Brewing Congress Portland 2013. Ran across the info while I was perusing Indie Hops' blog.

http://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/xmlui/bitstream/handle/1957/34093/Wolfe_thesis.pdf?sequence=1

--- End quote ---

Interesting.  I think I'll go out and agitate the Belgian Imperial IPA I'm dry hopping in the garage.  That might be the closest homebrewers can come to stirring.

Steve

hopfenundmalz:
Thanks for posting that link. Need another pot of coffee to read through the rest, but good stuff.

Edit. Looks like those that say you get differences in pellets and whole cones are right. This may also show why the Sierra Nevada torpedo has proved usefull for them.

thebigbaker:
Thanks for the link.  Very interesting indeed. 

blatz:
wow - thanks for posting.  am going to read it, but its gonna take a while...

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