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backbone meaning its the supporting hop (most likely in the kettle), not the main hop (dry hopping). from what I can tell, all the Fort Points are...
95% of Trillium's hoppy beers have a Columbus back bone, and not all of their beers have "dank" taste notes, Cutting Tiles series being one of the...
to me, dank = NZ hops. Nelson is the closest thing to nuggage I've smelled and tasted.
sour taste in non-sour hoppy beer = infection
UCONN + New England Brewing (Relic close 2nd)
I dont think i'm experienced enough to even tell if I had those issues, but it is very possible.
for the NE IPAs 5gal batches, we did:
-lots of flaked adjunct (wheat, oats, as well as milled white wheat and milled oats)
-WLP007 yeast (once...
DISCLAIMER: i've homebrewed only a few batches, so I wouldnt even consider myself an amateur.
That being said...
the 2 times I tried to brew a...
Trillum (north) and Other Half (south)
pretty sure the word "cuvee" already exists
IPAs are not going anywhere, not even after calling them a "craze" for the past 2-3 years..
maybe it's time to stop calling them a craze now, and...
Galaxy, Nelson, and Columbus combo FTW!!!
$24 or $25 for the pack is my guess. the Scaled Way Up bottles were extremely expensive.
surprised theyre even calling anything a triple IPA, they called Heavy Mettle a double.
again: NELSON CUTTING TILES, PLEASE!
NELSON CUTTING TILES, PLEASE!
changed my vote from mosaic to nelson.
it was galaxy in between the 2 as well, so my favorite hop definitely changes over time.
Lawson's Super Session #2 is the only one I thoroughly enjoyed and would get again no questions asked (in the summer, i cant imagine drinking...
always have whalez in the fridge.