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    • Additional hops (50g Motueka) = "hop slam" ?  🤔     I would have thought for an IPA 100-150g would be more appropriate... not to mention a few more ABV's.     Anyway... I just passed to recipe onto my daughter who's looking to put down brew #3 soon.   😎
    • The last time I cooked pork ribs they were about 1.2kgs and I done 2-1-.5. (2 hours smoked, 1 hour wrapped with some liquid and 30 mins opened on a higher temperature basting with some sauce) The American racks are much bigger so they follow the 3-2-1 method. Good luck!!
    • +1 I too have brewed the Motueka Hop Slam IPA recipe & it is a cracker! 😎 Cheers & good luck with whatever you decide to put down Dylan. Lusty.
    • Hey Dylan The good thing about the recipes in the recipe resource is that they are tied and tested. The Hop Slam IPA is a PB2 creation and has a few iterations. If it was me I would choose one and brew it as it is before changing it up. It all depends on the availability of hops in your area but I reckon you should give the original a go. That is the Moteuka Hop Slam IPA, it has its own dedicated thread on here somewhere and the reviews are great. I brewed it after making the move away from kits and it was still a standout brew. In fact given that I can't get near my brewery at the moment I might look at putting down a Hop Slam IPA as your post has made me thirsty.   Cheers & Beers Scottie Valley Brew   
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