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    Guajillo, Pulla, and Aji Limo Peppers

    Has anyone every used Guajillo, Pulla and/or Aji Limo peppers before? If so any advice on usage rates (and the resulting flavors/heat) would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheers,
    Hutch
    Hutch Kugeman
    Head Brewer
    Brooklyn Brewery at the Culinary Institute of America
    Hyde Park, NY

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    Gaujillo is mild/sweet. No real heat. Puya is hotter, more leather/tobacco flavor if i recall correctly. Aji limo never heard of, cant help there. Ask some peruvians/chileans or ecuadorians.

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    none of them are crazy hot, you will be safe with them.
    Whenever ive made chilli beers i prefer to ad them as teas post fermentation, though i have only used Bhut and 7 pot to do it
    GeorgeJ
    Head Brewer - TDM 1874 Brewery.
    Yokohama, Japan.

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