It’s a technique that’s become almost synonymous with Polly’s – a patented pyramid dry-hopping technique brings, in their opinion, their beers completely to life. By going big and gradually tapering down the dry-hop bill they’re able to accentuate each individual flavour profile of these incredible varietals; creating what they feel to be a much more complex and enjoyable drinking experience.
They’ve adapted this technique again in Made For Flight; the same basic technique employed – a three hop line up gradually decreasing, but they’ve gone bigger on the base layer – Mosaic offers a huge wide hug of tangerine, berry, and mango notes, before herbal crisp lemon notes come to the fore from Columbus, before rounding off with huge grapefruit notes from big C hop Comet.
Polly’s Brew Co.
DDH Pale Ale