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Chances are, after 7 days, you're likely done fermenting, but I would check to make sure you hit your final gravity range before considering doing any dry hopping. You don't want to dry hop during an active fermentation as a lot of the potential aroma you would otherwise get drops out due to the yeast actively working to ferment the wort. What I'll ...
It really depends on what flavor profile you are going for. I like to dry hop for 3-5 days. IMO You really do pick up a lot of flavors from the hops in that time frame. I typically don't want very intense aroma's however so if you are looking for that intense hoppyness you should go at least a week. Leave the hops in the fermenter too long and you will ...
With dry hopping, I'd recommend leaving them for at least a week and possibly two. There's no real rush to bottle, and I usually leave the brew in primary for up to three weeks with no problems. Everything else sounds fine.
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