We often call BENGALI “the modern interpretation of the original homebrew draft.” But what does that mean? That first homebrew was in 2004. Two of the hop strains in the latest iteration of BENGALI didn’t even exist then! It goes even further than that, though. That original brew was qualitatively dry: meaning that even though there was plenty of sweetness to the beer, the stern bitterness kept the balance right. But IPAs have evolved and so have our palates… and this new Bengali actually doesn’t have much of either. It’s super dry — low residual sweetness — and the hop schedule, combined with these new ingredients, gets us all that satisfying hop aroma, without the sticky bitterness. The BENGALI still slashes, but by the end of the sip, you don’t feel a thing.
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