Originally Posted by Wraths Unanimous
Weird. I guess they changed the recipe and I looked at an old version of it. When Lee Chase was brewing there he said it was magnum/ahtanum. I just went to their website and neither of those hops are listed now.
I think you're correct. I just looked at a bunch of clone recipes and many of them called for the magnum/ahtanum schedule that you reference. (Of course those clones are not always correct but they're usually close if not exact on the actual hops used if not the schedule.)
It looks like at some point they switched from ahtanum to centenial and chinook for the flavor and aroma additions, and then from magnum to zeus for the bittering.
Hey how did your pale ale come out?
Tonight I'm going to transfer my pale ale onto the dry hops and move a batch of kolsch from lagering in secondary to a keg.
Last edited by Jbrochu; 08-15-2011 at 06:49 PM.