Late Hopping versus Dry Hopping: Tailoring Hop Aroma Expression and Character by Choosing the Right Addition Timing

  • Speaker: Mike Brennan
  • Track: Brewing Process
  • Homebrew Con 2019
  • Providence, RI

Have you ever wondered why your Simcoe hop addition is fruity when added as a late-kettle addition but “catty” as a dry hop? If you want your Hallertau to express more spice notes than vegetal character, should you add it late in the boil or dry hop with it? Join us for this review of Oregon State University’s recent studies of hop aroma and learn how to achieve more consistent results from your aroma hops.

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