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Kazbek hops

Postby Ren » Mon Jun 08, 2015 16:19

Has anyone tried Kazbek hops?
I would like to try them in Pilsner but don't want to drink citrusy pilsner.
I have seen them on brewuk website and it says: ''Expect more spiciness and more earth in your Pilsner or Saison. If you brew with Saaz frequently, you’ll love this hop.''
Although i read on http://www.bohemiahop.cz/varieties/kazbek :''Kazbek as a flavour variety with citrusy aroma is reccomended for the second hopping and cold hopping. Very good for IPA style beers.''

A bit of a contradiction here?
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Re: Kazbek hops

Postby graysalchemy » Mon Jun 08, 2015 16:30

Ren wrote: Very good for IPA style beers.''

A bit of a contradiction here?


Yes when did an IPA have foreign citrus hops in it :D :D

Perhaps thats a BPA then :lol: :lol:

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Re: Kazbek hops

Postby Ren » Mon Jun 08, 2015 17:29

graysalchemy wrote:
Ren wrote: Very good for IPA style beers.''

A bit of a contradiction here?


Yes when did an IPA have foreign citrus hops in it :D :D

Perhaps thats a BPA then

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Re: Kazbek hops

Postby graysalchemy » Mon Jun 08, 2015 17:35

I will defend our brewing heritage till my dying breath.

Actually bought a 'black' pale ale and a Rye pale ale today to try.

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