Clibit
This is a simple American Pale Ale recipe from a brewery in Alabama, extract plus grains, not heavy on the hops, using Victory/Biscuit malt. It can be adapted to AG by replacing the extract with 4.2kg pale malt.
  • For 19 litres
  • 3.2kg Light LME or 4.2 kg Pale Malt
  • 450g Victory malt (biscuit) 
  • 21g Magnum hops, 12.4% a.a. (60 min)
  • 14g Mosaic hops, 11.6% a.a. (10 min)
  • 21g Mosaic hops, 11.6% a.a. (1 min)
  • 28g Mosaic hops, 11.6% a.a. (dry)
  • Safale US-05 yeast
 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Original Gravity: 1.057
  • Final Gravity: 1.013
  • ABV: 5.8%
  • IBU: 39
  • SRM: 7
  • Boil Time: 60 minutes
  • Efficiency: 75%

DIRECTIONS

Extract: Conduct a mini-mash on the grains with a 150° F rest for 60 minutes. Remove the grains and stir in the extract. Boil for 60 minutes, following the hop additions as listed in the ingredients. Cool and pitch yeast. Ferment at 67° F. After primary fermentation is complete, dry hop for three days. Carbonate to 2.3 volumes CO2.


https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/homebrew-recipe/big-beach-brewing-co-for-the-love-of-mosaic/

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GHW
When I think of intense hop loveliness, it's mosaic that I have in mind. Love it.
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Clibit
GHW wrote:
When I think of intense hop loveliness, it's mosaic that I have in mind. Love it.


It's not a hop you see discussed in terms of being paired with other hops, is it? It stands on its own, has a complex flavour. I wonder if there are hops it goes well with? 

I like the fact this recipe uses pretty restrained hop quantities, I've stopped going for huge hop additions myself. I think 4 or 5g per litre total is pretty hoppy, it suits me, a lot of beers have less. I don't see the need for more in most styles. 
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