I was skeptical about wet hopped beers and scared off from attempting one despite growing my own for a few years because of the reported "grassiness". This year I decided on a whim to try a 3 gallon batch, well, " because I can" I admit. The samples I tasted when checking gravity at end of fermentation and at bottling were surprisingly good. I am tasting one now very early ( 3 days after bottling, in the fridge for 1 hour) after reading this thread. Its really quite good. Its a simple pale ale recipe. I used freshly dried Galena Hops for 60 minutes, freshly dried Cascade for ten minutes and 1/2 pound of freshly picked " wet" Cascade at flameout. There is absolutely no grassiness. There is a bit of herbal aroma and flavor, not intense and not unpleasant. The citrus notes are more orange than grapefruit. It is quite refreshing. I think the key was that the hops were only in the wort from flameout until racking into the fermenter after cooling, about 15-20 minutes. It should be noted that I am neither a hop worshiper nor someone whose source of pride is derived from the random geographic location upon leaving his mother's womb. This beer was a worthwhile experiment that I will do again and a welcome break from all manner of IPAs.