Hoppy Pale Ale – How to hop?

Going to be brewing up a hoppy pale tomorrow just not sure which hoping schedule to use, its between these two.

Option 1
15g Magnum 60min
30g Chinook 10min
30g Simcoe 5min
30g Centennial 0min

Option 2
15g Magnum 60min
15g Chinook 15min
15g Simcoe 10min
15g Centennial 5min
15g Chinook 0min
15g Simcoe 0min
15g Centennial 0min

Any preference or suggestions for something different? Stick it in the comments

  1. Wizard said:

    Hiya, first one looks good, what’s your grain bill? Works out bout 36 ibu. I have just made something similar but used 30 g for bittering and dry hopped after 4 days with 25g simcoe and 25g chinook and it is a great ale at around 55ibu.
    Good luck with it matey, cheers!

    • ashbysales said:

      Nice one! Have decided to simplify this even more, will get the full recipe up soon.

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