O.H.S.O. Brewery, located in the Southwest, brews a Wet Hop IPA, which is a passion project for the brewer, Brody Coffman. The brewery uses hundreds of pounds of raw hops that have been harvested and overnight transported from the Pacific Northwest down to the Southwest, thousands of miles. This IPA is made using freshly harvested hops, which are super perishable and need to be used immediately. The brewery is using Idaho seven wet hops, which were harvested yesterday, to make the beer. A certain portion of hops is sectioned off for making wet hop IPAs, and they are harvested over about a month and a half period, from late August to the end of September. Wet hops are different from dried hops, and they add a unique flavor and aroma to the beer. Wet hops are not shelf-stable and are not used in regular IPAs. The brewery uses world-class ingredients to make its beers. The Wet Hop IPA is a special beer for the brewery and is made by putting raw ingredients through the hot side of brewing all the way through fermentation and packaging, and then into the hands of consumers.
Learn more: https://www.ohsobrewery.com/