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  • Dry hopping with Crosby Hop Hash

    Hey all, curious about people's experiences dry hopping with Crosby Hop Hash. I just got some for the first time. I was surprised at the size and density of the chunks in this product(large and heavy). I put a bit in a small sample of beer and it seemed like it didn't want to dissolve readily like a T90 pellet does, I stirred the sample a bit to dissolve the chunk, two days later it looks like the sample will have a permanent haze. I'm now leary of dry hopping a West Coast with the Hash because I want a clear beer in the end. Any thoughts, tips, experiences would be greatly appreciated. Cheers, Rich

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    Originally posted by Rooh View Post
    Hey all, curious about people's experiences dry hopping with Crosby Hop Hash. I just got some for the first time. I was surprised at the size and density of the chunks in this product(large and heavy). I put a bit in a small sample of beer and it seemed like it didn't want to dissolve readily like a T90 pellet does, I stirred the sample a bit to dissolve the chunk, two days later it looks like the sample will have a permanent haze. I'm now leary of dry hopping a West Coast with the Hash because I want a clear beer in the end. Any thoughts, tips, experiences would be greatly appreciated. Cheers, Rich
    That has been a while since I have been able to get my hands on hop hash, but I would definitely not use it as a dry hop. I have always used it as Whirlpool addition. That's just my experience with the product, way too much resin to dissolve on the cold side.

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