So what can we tell you about Dry County IPA before you can taste it for yourself later this year? Dry County IPA features the light to medium body and color of those inspirational west coast IPAs, as well as the dry finish that I personally love to find in an American IPA. This is achieved by mashing low (below 150F) and letting the yeast work until completely finished with the wort. Chinook and Columbus hops are used as bittering additions, with Amarillo, Cascade, and Simcoe added late in the boil. Dry County IPA is then generously dry hopped with additions of Columbus, Amarillo, and Simcoe. This hop combination, in tandem with a couple brewery secrets, lend this West Coast inspired IPA just the right amount of southern grit and makes me proud to announce Dry County IPA as the first offering from Dry County Brewing Company!