Hey everyone, I was given an awesome wet-hop IPA recipe from Beefmental here on BA. I had grown hops for 3 years, and this is the first year I actually brewed a wet-hop IPA, and his recipe was stellar. Hop juice, and hop-candy were two of the reviews. I did modify a little towards my affinity for west coast unbalanced IPA's, but here is the recipe I brewed... 1 pound of Caramel 40 ½ pound of Carapils 7 pounds light DME ½ oz. Simcoe (60 min.) ½ oz. Galena (60 min.) ½ oz. Centennial (60 min.) ½ oz. Simcoe (20 min.) ½ oz. Galena (20 min.) ½ oz. Centennial (20 min.) 1 lb. of corn sugar (15 min.) ½ teaspoon of irish moss (15 min.) 1.5 pounds (24oz. wet weight) of fresh picked Cascade hops (10 min.) dry hop with 1oz of Centennial and 1oz of Simcoe after 2 weeks bottle 2 weeks later OG 1.062 FG 1.006 So my questions are... What do we replace the wet hop cascades with??? 24 ounces wet would be 4-6 ounces of pellets, depending on who is doing the math. Do we do all Cascade? Substitute with others? At what intervals? Anything at flame-out? I found the above beer that I brewed awesome, and would love to be able to replicate it over the winter with pellets. I'd be interested to hear input and suggestions. Thanks! Miller.