- Jan 4, 2015
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- Western NY
I don't believe they are... I did purchase four last time I went. Unless they add the yeast and sugar mix into their keg.I just read in a post that TH growlers say they are naturally carbonated? I'm now wondering if the T-58 like yeast is added along with a dose of fermentable sugar under pressure. They could dry hop at this time and get bio transformation as well along with O2 scavenging. This would possibly suggest they use a less complicated yeast blend for primary.
Anyone thoughts or personal experience with something like this in a NE IPA?
All that is possible, but the beer would be very vegetal if heavy keg dry hop, I don't remember that. Maybe a hopback is used.