Re: homebrew question
Posted by A band director on 1/18/2021, 9:29 am, in reply to "homebrew question"
Above is a link to the article about first wort hopping. The longer hops stay in a boil kettle the more bittering IBUs you will get, this includes adding hops before the boil. Any hop additions that take place in the last half to flame out will provide more aromatics. Anything post boil, at flame out, during whirlpool, or dry hopping, will provide the most aroma and juiciness.
So for the question asked, I would leave them in this time and see how you like the beer. If you don't like it, next time you brew this beer take it out. Great thing is about brewing your own beer is creating something that you enjoy.
Relax and have a homebrew! Cheers!