Excellent variety with balanced bittering properties and a good aroma profile. Released as a public variety in 2000 by Dr. Stephen Kenny of Washington State University. Chosen for its low co-humulone and good yield potential.
Development: Offspring of Elsasser.
Usage: Dual purpose
Aroma: Pleasant hop
Alpha Acids: average ~5.63%
Beta Acids: average ~7.6%
Co-Humulone: 11 — 13% of alpha acids
Total Oil: 0.7—1.6 mls/100g
Substitutions: Fuggle, Styrian Golding, Willamette
Typical Beer Styles: Pale Ale, ESB, English-style Pale Ale, Porter, Stout
|Hops Format||Pellet Hops|
|Country of Origin||USA|
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This is a good hops to have on hand because of how versatile it is. The Citrus/woodsy flavor really makes it a good candidate for your more citrus leaning American beers or your more earthy/woodsy British leaning beers. The hops doesn't have a very overpowering presence so it goes well in most beers.
This is an interesting hop. It is composed of about nine different hop varieties so as you can imagine, it has an interesting flavor. I personally have not noticed any one characteristic that stands out over any other. Generally speaking though there is a nice citrus/fruit flavor with a slightly less woodsy/earthy notes to it.
This is a mulit use hops released in 2000. It is a bred from 9 different hop varieties. Elasser, Brewer's Gold, Northern Brewer, Bullion Hops, Early Green, German Aroma Hops, East Kent Golding, Bavarian, 1/128 Unknown. Give this hops a try. Great for English and American Style Ales._x000D_
Just threw these in the other day. Had a nice floral aroma. Paired it up with warrior hops for my glacier warrior IPA. I have high hopes after the smell of these.