Alcoholx
http://brulosophy.com/2020/06/29/impact-of-beer-temperature-when-dry-hopping-a-double-ipa-exbeeriment-results/

does temperature effect dry hoping?.. 
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GHW
I've never tried any temperature other than 'under the stairs', so can't comment. I guess scientifically its about the solubility of the various essential oils chemicals at different temps, traded off with the volatility of those chemicals at different temps. maybe you free up more at higher temps but lose more. Conversely at lower temps.

and at similar temps I've had batches where the dry hop has come through strong, and others where it hasn't. that's probably to do with the quality of the hops. I've never done a side by side to compare!
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Pesho77

 Yes 2c for 8 hours while recirculating seams the best method.

 Pesh
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Alcoholx
i seem to recall brew-dog recommending around 12c for there dry hop..  not sure my taste buds are good enough to tell tbh..  the article seems to thing it makes little difference..  although as interesting as brulosophy are... not sure there results are the last word on things
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GHW
My method is ‘bung em in, hope for best’
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Alcoholx
GHW wrote:
My method is ‘bung em in, hope for best’


i think you would be right..  mine just go in at fermention temp
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Tigermoth
This is quite an interesting article on Dry Hopping.
https://patspints.com/2019/01/16/the-surprising-science-of-dry-hopping-lessons-from-tom-shellhammer/
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Alcoholx
excellent article leigh..  confirms a few discussions thats been had on here.. hop creep is definately a thing, and extra bitterness in dry hopping

interesting about the increased citrus aroma on smaller dry hop editions..

more stuff to argue about..  😂
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Tigermoth
Alcoholx wrote:
excellent article leigh..  confirms a few discussions thats been had on here.. hop creep is definately a thing, and extra bitterness in dry hopping

interesting about the increased citrus aroma on smaller dry hop editions..

more stuff to argue about..  😂


Yes, before I read the article I used to think more the merrier ............. but not so according to that write up.
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EspeciallyBitter
The work Shellhammer and his coauthors have done is always of interest. Although I'm sure stuff like hop creep and bitterness from dry hopping gets a mention in old brewing texts like Sykes & Ling. The current trend for high hopping rates using fresh hops has made these issues relevant again. But good to get updated research and some ballpark figures for this, even if it won't be exactly replicated in your own system. I've found some dry hopping has had a noticeable effect after just a few days, whereas some dry hops left for a week or more have turned out more mellow. I'm sure the profile of hop oils – and therefore the hop variety and yearly crop – plays a large part in finding the optimal dry hopping time and temperature regimen.
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Alcoholx
i am an absolute beginner at the finer side of all the brewing..  also i am not really a book worm..  tend to just do stuff and see what happens..  but i find i can learn from the interwebs...  have a bit of a mental block with books and maths ect.. 

after saying that i love attention to detail..     so find these articles fasinating, one lifetime aint going to be enough for all the stuff i find interest in
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