Dry hopping involves adding hops to the fermenter or other vessel after fermentation has completed. This adds no bitterness to the beer, but it does add aromatic oils that are lost during the boiling process. The hops are allowed to soak in the beer for a period of several days to several weeks, resulting in an enhanced, hoppy aroma.

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