All those dry-hopped IPAs and Pilsners you brew also can come with a hidden challenge: hop creep. Hop creep from dry hopping can result in a surprise second fermentation lowering gravity while boosting diacetyl, alcohol, and carbonation. So how do you plan and manage the reality that hop creep can impact your dry-hopped beers? We’ve got hop expert Dr. Pattie Aron to walk you through not only understanding hop creep, but also strategies to manage it in your brewing dry-hopped beers.
DR. PATTIE ARON
DIRECTOR OF PRODUCT MANAGEMENT, KALSEC, INC.
Link to Pattie Aron’s PDF of the presentation can be found here: https://byo.com/wp-content/uploads/Pattie-Aron-Hop-Creep-NanoCon-2022_PAron-1-2.pdf
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