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This would me much like reusing a tea bag or coffee grounds. There's not much of anything useful left in hops after a couple minutes in a boil. Pulling out hops does little to halt bittering since most the oils are now in the boil, and will continue to isomerize the alpha acids. This is why temperatures above 175° count as "boil time". Since the ...


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Might be possible, if you are brewing two batches, one just after another. If you will try to store wet hops, you are giving mold time to grow. Isomerisation continues to occur when hops are hot, so no way to dry them without loses. So then there is freezing, but that's troublesome. If done fresh, from one brew to another directly, would work, but you ...



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