Hi. Brewed a batch of Chinook IPA on Sunday. Put the pot on to boil, and made the mistake of trying to get a couple other things done while brewing. Brought the pot to a boil and added the 6lb of liquid malt extract. Then a neighbor stopped by. Finished the boil as I thought the recipe called. Added the hops at the beginning of the boil, and at 50 minutes and at 59 minutes. At 59:30 I realized I had forgotten to add the 1lb of dry malt extract at the beginning of the boil. I knew I had messed up. I had a choice of just removing and pressing on, or adding the 1lb of dry malt and boiling more. I chose the latter. I know that boiling longer messes up the hops and probably the 6lb of malt, but I thought if I didn’t, I’d end up with a lame tasting weak IPA. I added the dry malt at about 60 minutes, and let it boil for another 25 minutes or so. I’m guessing it’s probably going to be perfect for the toilet, but I’m wondering how bad I messed this up. All I can do at this point is wait.
A tangent question. If, by chance, I didn’t mess this up completely and only probably ruined the hops, I’m wondering if I can get some of the flavor back via the dry hopping. I have the 1oz of Chinook hops, but I also have a few ounces of home-grown Cascade hops. Would I be advised to add more at the dry hop stage?
Thanks for any feedback/advice.