Low and Slow

Dry Hopping | Dry Hops

Our drying method is old school. We go low and slow.

We take more time to dry our hops because it preserves the high-oil content and showcases the hop aromas. Our kiln temperature is set lower than most hop operations and it takes 2 more hours to dry our hops. Another technique we deploy in drying hops is the rope system. This innovative and trusted method breaks up the hop beds during drying and gives a more even cure. Members of the Slow Food movement would like these approaches. We know that craft brewers do.