Dry hopping is by far the most popular topic at the BarthHaas HOPS ACADEMY. In fact, we see more and more people, trained professionals and newcomers alike, expressing an interest in the techniques, tools and the sensory significance of dry hopping.
Dry Hopping is fully in trend: On the one hand, this may be connected to the increasing popularity of West Coast and New England IPA and Dry-hopped Lager – but the technique itself is by no means limited to trendy craft beer styles. In fact, dry-hopping may not only give beer a unique aroma profile, and hence provide character. Dry hopping may also simply enhance the overall beer flavor in all kinds of styles. It also increases foam stability and improves drinkability – to mention only a few features of this favorable brewing technique.
Join us for a series of five one-hour online Boot Camps on our number one subject dry hopping. Learn about how to take the most important decision steps and manage the challenges of various techniques, raw materials, tools and flavor impact.