Graham Wheeler's book (Some Hops)

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Re: Graham Wheeler's book (Some Hops)

Post by louiscowdroy » Sat Jul 14, 2012 6:15 pm

Its gotta be at least


Re: Graham Wheeler's book (Some Hops)

Post by BozBru » Fri Aug 17, 2012 10:43 pm

50g, lol, 10g, lol, surely it's down to taste. You like it hoppy, go mad, you like a back note of late, then be conservative. You like a middle of the road hoppiness, then don't think American. As the slogan goes, "Add to taste". Trial end error really.


Re: Graham Wheeler's book (Some Hops)

Post by barry44 » Thu Feb 06, 2014 12:53 pm

staplefordbill wrote:
how many g is a few?
15 - 20 grams will serve you well. You may want to put them in a hop bag though, as they clogged my syphon when I put them in loose. Boil the muslin bag for 15 minutes, and also boil some glass marbles to go inside and weight it down. Then just put in your hops, tie it up and drop it in.

Be careful if boiling marbles. I found a few cracked on me when boiling.

Another suggestion would be a shot glass.

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