Dry hopping brings taste and aroma to a beer without adding bitterness. Filling nylon sacks with hops and suspending them in fermentation tanks is a typical process. Beer circulates out of a fermenter, flows through the column of hops, and back into the tank. It has an intense rush of hop flavor and the lush aromas of mango, papaya, and passion fruit with every sip.
- The aroma is citrus and floral.
- Pours a slightly hazy yellow/orange with a big frothy white head, somewhat lasting and excellent lacing.
- The taste is a mild/medium bitterness.
- Very light, clean, fresh fruity scent.