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kramerog:
Simcoe is a high oil hop which means that the Simcoe aroma will tend to obliterate the Mosaic aroma unless Mosaic is also high oil.  If Mosaic isn't a high oil hop, the amount of Mosaic relative to Simcoe should be increased in the dry hop and possibly for 0 minute too.

beersk:
Hmmm, I'd move more hops towards the end. The 30 minute addition isn't really necessary I don't think. Otherwise, I'd say it looks good to me.

fmader:
Yeast is pitched

erockrph:

--- Quote from: kramerog on July 11, 2013, 01:42:43 PM ---Simcoe is a high oil hop which means that the Simcoe aroma will tend to obliterate the Mosaic aroma unless Mosaic is also high oil.  If Mosaic isn't a high oil hop, the amount of Mosaic relative to Simcoe should be increased in the dry hop and possibly for 0 minute too.

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Mosaic is just as oily as Simcoe, if not more so. It's like a super Simcoe with some extra fruitiness. It's a lot like crack, actually. *twitches* Pardon me while I go pour a brew...

HoosierBrew:
Exactly - super Simcoe.   Intense in a good way.  Love it.

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