Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by alk3kenny, Feb 4, 2013.
I think mine is Citra what's yours?
Depends on the beer.
For American IPAs, I am really liking Mosaic.
Citra , perhaps Centennial
I'm down with Amarillo.
It's a toss up between Citra and Motueka for me.
C'mon. No one is gonna say Cascade?!!
Love saaz for finishing a saison.
You didn't specify bittering or aroma, that makes a big difference. (IMO)
I'll be different, Chinook.
Citra and cascade are my favorites. Simcoe is one that I don't agree with the hype. Simcoe gets way too catty for me. I really prefer citra for the flavor additions(opposed to bittering) but cascade fits the bill for any addition. Magnum is great for clean bittering.
The tropical, citrus ones.
Whatever the hell they toss into Heady Topper.
Simcoe or chinook. I love pine.
Anything from New Zealand.
Citra or Simcoe for me.
Citra or Nelson in an iPa
Saaz in a saison
Centennial and citra.
Amarillo and Simcoe together = yum.
Simcoe, then Centennial, then Amarillo
My favorite is Citra. I also like Citra + Simcoe combo.
Centennial. I've got a love hate thing going on with Citra. I find that it falls off the cliff really early, and when it does it becomes absolutely undrinkable
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I bittert almost every homebrew with magnum. a nice 13% AA generally
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