An IPA bursting with Amarillo, Citra, Nelson Sauvin and Citra hops. Resulting in four on the floor, a baseline in octaves, and falsetto singing. You should be dancing, yeah!
This is Disco. Because Disco is a bit of a dance. A dance with processes. A dance on how to make beer. We wanted to try something new when it came to dry-hopping. Particularly at what temperature you dry hop. The beer had a nice fruity back-bone of Amarillo, and Citra hops from the whirlpool addition. We then added a lot of Simcoe, and Nelson Sauvin hops while the beer held a lower temperature than when we usually make dry-hop additions. We did this to see what aromas and flavors would come out of the hops while treating them differently than we typically do. The result? As we’ve already stated: four on the floor, a baseline in octaves, and falsetto singing. You should be dancing, yeah!