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Tomorrow night I'll be conducting an experiment of my own. I'll be making three seperate 1 gallon batches just using some free LME I came across. 1st gallon I'll drop all of one ounce of Cascade Hops at the beginning of a 60min boil. 2nd gallon I'll do a hop schedule outing the 1 oz in over the course of the hour. 3rd gallon I'll be doing no hops, and once ...
This is a totally normal active fermentation. It won't be flocculated yeast at this point, so much as break protein and hop material.
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Centennial will give a pronounced grapefruit flavor.
Citra is a good bet for grapefruit aromas. Check this link for a nice tool to help with hopping your beers https://www.hopunion.com/aroma-wheel/
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