I've been thinking about making a NEIPA for some time. Read a bunch of recipes and was really inspired by the Survivables Handbook by YCH. True to my nature I couldn't follow any recipe verbatim, and adjusted as I saw fit. So I mashed, and I boiled without hops, and I dosed my wort with 2 ounces each of Eukanot, Idaho-7, and Idaho Gem just before chilling (10 gallon batch), cooled, transferred, cooled some more, pitched. 48 hours post pitch everything was humming along quite nicely, I pull a sample for SG, see I'm far enough along, and dose with 5oz CryoPop. I taste my sample and OH MAN does it taste good. I'm really jazzed. Next day I pull another SG sample, taste it and WTF... I think I ruined it. Harsh, bitter, and a strong bite at the back of my throat. Gave it 2 days and dumped the dry-hop charge. I'm nearing terminal gravity, almost time for post ferment dry hop. Should I go forward with the 2nd dry hopping? Will that bite at the back of my throat mellow out after everything drops out?