Originally Posted by bennie1986
I am still considering a dry hop but I'm not a huge fan of doing it. I like the taste and smell but I'm afraid it will plug my dip tube in my keg with hops.
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So bundle them in a hop sock. Or add them to the primary fermenter and leave them behind when racking to the keg. Or rack the beer to a secondary carboy, leaving the yeast and sediment behind, and add the dry hops there.
Frankly, if you don't add any dry hops at all, you can't call it an IPA.
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