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I can fit in a couple of ounces and get a nice hops aroma. Combined with dry hopping it works out and give a tremendous aroma.
I have used my hop rocket to infuse hops as well as a filter. Works well in both applications but not sure if it would be worth the price, received it as a gift. Quality is second to none but just a little steep in the price for what it is
I have the rocket attached to a plate chiller so there is no where for the aromas to get lose once they go through the rocket. I like hoppy IPAs and can make a good 5 gallon brew with the rocket. The hops expand so I don't want to go above 3 ounces but that could work. For 10 gallons you would have only 3 or 4 ounces of ups so there would be less aroma, which would be ok for anything other than an IPA._x000D_
I use a fine mesh hops bag that keeps the sludge to a minimum. If you get some grains and hops particles in the rocket, it's going to block._x000D_The other thing is I use 3 ounces of whole leaf hops for a 5 gallon IPA. It's big, but whole leaf hops expand, so it fills up quickly. If you want to make a 10 gallon IPA with a lot of aroma hops 5+ ounces then my recommendation is to not use this, and instead do a hop stand at 180F. in any case you should dry hop too.
After using the Rocket for a year I'm no longer using it. Instead I put the hops in a nylon mesh bag, and let them sit in 185F wort for 30 minutes while it cools down. This also gives aroma and I can fit in more hops. The Rocket is too small and blocks if you jam in more hops.