There’s a Double IPA on the way from 4 Hands that’s different from any other IPA they’ve ever made (and they’ve made a lot). What makes this one different? As it typically does in IPAs, this one all comes down to the hops.
There’s a new way to process hops that leaves behind the vegetal and astringent flavors, but extracts all the resins and aromatic oils, producing a “hop powder.” The company that produces this hops powder suggests using half of the amount of hops you’d typically use for a recipe. We’ll let you guess if 4 Hands took that advice or not.
See below for more details and look for the full story, photos and beer review soon.