Magnum hops???

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Magnum hops???

Postby ebeer » Mon May 19, 2003 8:03 am

The guys at my local supply shop recommended Magnum hops (15.5% AA, with 25% cohumulone). They say the low cohumulone level produced a very mellow bittering, which allows you to use a little more that normal. The ibu calculations are off the chart with this hop (over 80ibu), although I'm told that is normal. Anyone have experience with cohumulone??? Any info appreciated.
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Hop chemistry???

Postby vtterror » Tue May 20, 2003 2:39 pm

I have no real knowlege of hop chemistry, per se (except that I am a homebrewer), but I do have experience with Magnum. Magnum is a high alpha hop with noble hop parentage; Hallertau to be precise. The bittering is assertive,but not harsh like you can get with some of the other higher alpha hops (ie. Galena).
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Hop Info.

Postby brakspears » Thu May 29, 2003 12:37 am

Have a look at this site,

http://www.nzhops.co.nz/

then click "Articles", > "Hops and Beer Flavour",

there's loads of info here about all things hoppy, or there is a site here,

http://realbeer.com/hops/

which is more about hops, hop(e) this has been some help, Nigel.
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