Two to tango ddh ipa
Time to dance with our double dry-hopped IPA, which tastes of soft marmalade and smooth mint, with a subtle citrus tang. We double dry-hopped Two To Tango with two of our own hops: Callista and Tango. It’s a problem-solver, bred to deliver big aroma and high yields and withstand climate change, which is making it harder to grow hops.When dry-hopping a beer you add hops to the fermenting beer on the ‘cold side’ (e.g. after it boils). This means the hops infuse the beer with delicate aromas, without imparting bitterness extracted from the ‘hot side’ (e.g. in a boil) addition. To get max hop character for double dry-hopped beer, we did this twice.