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Offline zwiller

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Re: Centennial fans
« Reply #30 on: April 19, 2016, 11:01:46 am »
I did OK with homegrown hops, but in all honesty I had dreams of harvesting killer stuff but that was not the case at all.  Especially after this thread, if professionals are having difficulty pulling it off in the hop's optimum location then how the heck am I? 
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Offline Bob357

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Re: Centennial fans
« Reply #31 on: April 25, 2016, 10:44:49 pm »
Is Admiral Hops a possible switch for the citrusy (some say orange, but I have had different results) flavor for beer?  Maybe back up whirlpool, dry hop with Centennial but FB the Admiral?  Idk just thinking out of the box here.

I bought a pound of Admiral last year and after doing a SMASH with them, as I always do with hops I'm not familiar with, I use them only as a neutral bittering hop. Not really any flavor or aroma that stands out to me.
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