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Brewdog - 9 July 2012 - 12:55 pm
Most people dry hop in the secondary for 3-14 days.
If you just throw them in there and rack your beer on top of them, it takes awhile for them to settle out. If you put them in a hop sack, you can use less time. I personally don't dry hop. I prefer to add the "dry hops" at flameout and let them steep for 15 minutes before cooling the wort.
baddaddy - 29 July 2012 - 7:26 am
I keg mine. After 10 days in primary, I transfer to a corny keg and dry hop for 10-14 days in a Muslim sack. Then, pull the sack and force carbonate. This is my favorite recipe after Pliny the elder.
jharris - 14 August 2013 - 8:25 pm
You can also dry hop in primary as well. Just make sure that the fermentation is complete before you do so. I personally don't bother with hop sacks, as they tend to be problematic when removing from a carboy.
bellytank - 9 July 2012 - 11:10 am
bellytank reviewed the recipe Bell's Two Hearted IPA
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